Education is what you can do with what you know.
In addition to test scores, we want to understand if schools are meeting their purpose and vision and help them use data to drive improvement in their schools, teaching practices, and student learning.
Because attending public schools in most West Africain countries is not free, we are making sure that parent financial situations do not get in the way of kids education. So we are paying for their school fees and tuitions.
We believe in the power of technology to train teachers and educators to learn and use Google for Education products to make their classrooms more efficient, improve student outcomes, and foster leadership skills.
We are bringing technology into schools by transforming secondhand shipping containers into computer-labs and installing energy efficient computers with solar powered capability on the roof for it to be energy independent.
Information changes situations. So for that very reason, we want to increase access to books, inspire a love and sparkle the thirst for reading by increasing access to books in communities for all adolescents regardless of their ages or backgrounds.
We envision to create and renovate safe public places in or around schools or in communities for adolescents 10 of age and older to have safe places to play while building their physical, social and emotional capacities. No more missing out on childhood.
We understand the important role that schools play in helping students establish healthy eating behaviors. We aim to feed students in schools while promoting the use of nutritious foods to build their capacities to feed themselves and their families well.
We know kids tend to have higher self esteem and are better at coping with anxiety with music education program. We need adolescents to learn to think creatively. This kind of education can help them solve problems by thinking outside the box.
No one is too young to change the world. Youth people or of the same age/generation should be able to connect with kids just like them from around the world to share live and cultural experiences as well their learning journey; it be based on interest, grade, or future aspiration.