Blog: Education

Expressing Love to Children

Upper Egypt Village Cluster, Egypt

 

Many Egyptian teachers in public schools deal with children roughly and violently sometimes. We had training for teachers and some school directors in different villages about the children’s rights. We discussed the importance of expressing love to children in evaluating their behaviour. 

 

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Asal, A Young Woman Who Inspires!

Women’s Empowerment Centre–East, Afghanistan

 

Asal* is a 15-year-old girl who lives far away from the Women's Empowerment Centre--East (WEC2). Every day, she wakes up early so that she can get to English and Transformational Community Development (TCD) classes. She is a hard-working girl, helping her elderly parents.

 

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Centre Adds Joy and Language Skills

Women’s Empowerment Centre, Afghanistan

 

It has been two and a half years since we started the Women’s Empowerment Centre (WEC1). At first, the women were very traditional and hardly came to the Centre. Initially, some families didn’t want to come, even though this prevented their daughters from attending English class.

 

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Local Elder Shares Story of Transformation

Ɖorgovska mahala, Serbia

 

Due to the difficult pandemic, it is forbidden to gather people indoors, so we only had short visits last month. We reminded the village of all security measures against the spread of COVID-19 and encouraged them.

 

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Locals Innovate Through Business

Ahumbe Village, Nigeria

 

Work is ongoing to give the school in Apir a facelift, improve security, and increase the comfort of pupils. Doors, windows, chairs, and desks are being constructed for the school.

 

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Kitchen Gardens Save Money and Improve Health

DG Village*, Nepal

 

DG Village members are learning to be self-sustainable. I teach the villagers to do kitchen gardens and not to waste their piece of land. They produce vegetables from their own gardens, so they don’t need to buy from the market. The villagers are now eating fresh, healthy vegetables and they are saving money. This is how I always encourage and teach people to be involved in raising their income and to be self-sustainable. 

 

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