From the beginning, the children have been taught outside in private or public schools, in spite of the financial and human challenges this solution includes. The aim was not only to give the children a good education but also to give them opportunities to socialise with other kids.
Carol Collins, an American volunteer and the first person in charge of the work, created in the United States of America The International Foundation for Hope (IFH) which is still generously financing the studies of the children. The Nambikkay Association, created in France in 2015, contributes to same effort.
By the way, this educational choice is fairly costly: circa 360 euros by year and per child, in average.