Teachers Without Borders (TWB) Nigeria is closing the education divide through teacher professional development and community education. Lead by Raphael Ogar Oko, TWB Nigeria’s innovative programs and strategies incorporate unique curricula, investment in community outreach, and a commitment to sustainability and growth. Raphael Ogar Oko and his TWB team are improving lives for teachers in Nigeria and around the world.
A state of the Art approach for a structural solution of the difficulties faced by countries now called "developing countries".
Make education available to those that can not afford education, but are an intellectual asset to their country.
Do not let that intellectual potential evaporates due tot lack of funds.
Ethiopia Reads’ mission is to develop a reading culture in Ethiopia by connecting children with books.
D'Wayne Edwards sketched his first pair of sneakers when he was just 11-years old. If you've got what he's got, you just might have a shot at becoming one of Nike's next big shoe designers.
As a middle school student in Inglewood, CA, Edwards had a knack for illustrating his life using a No. 2 pencil and a clean sheet of paper, but when his imagination shifted to his shoes, he knew he'd found his calling.
The purpose of the Teaching in Action Program is to provide the venue for Tanzanian teachers to modify their teaching methods from techniques that involve rote memorization to the more participatory and student-centered methods now required by the Tanzanian government. In addition to intensive, week-long experiential teacher training workshops, the project includes a rigorous evaluation component that will ensure that the approach AfricAid is taking is effective, and that will also provide sound empirical data to the Tanzanian Ministry of Education.
“The idea is to accelerate sustainable quality through a digitally technological inclusiveness for the poor , marginalized and vulnerable school children as a fundamental human rights for a sustained human development and equity, poverty reduction, HIV/Aids reduction, self reliance and timely global connectivity”
Si las mujeres han pasado las últimas décadas intentando ganarse un lugar entre los hombres, en Nepal existe un grupo de mujeres que ha buscado separarse de ellos. Gracias a una empresa de turismo comandada solo por mujeres —y para mujeres— las nepalesas han logrado ganar confianza en sí mismas, educación, trabajo e independencia.
Lucky Chhetri desenvolveu um plano para ajudar turistas e ao mesmo tempo melhorar a vida das nepalesas após ouvir muitas histórias de mulheres montanhistas que tiveram experiências desconfortáveis, ou pior que isso, com seus guias homens.