DYSLEXIA A LEARNING DISORDER.

Did you know that people with Dyslexia struggle with accuracy and fluency because their brains learn differently? Research suggests that wider letter spacing in words is believed to help people with dyslexia read faster and better. Having dyslexia doesn’t mean the person suffers from a lack of knowledge or an inability to learn, but rather …

DYSLEXIA A LEARNING DISORDER. Read More »

Africa: In the Year to End Child Labour, Covid Wreaks Havoc

Named International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour, 2021 was meant to boost efforts to stamp out the practice. But despite some success stories, global progress was patchy For Ivorian police commissioner Luc Zaka, 2021 was an especially good year. He and his team rescued more than 1,750 children from harsh work on the …

Africa: In the Year to End Child Labour, Covid Wreaks Havoc Read More »

How to be an important member of your community through acts of kindness

This holiday season, we will give you ideas on how you can best contribute to your community. Most of these ideas cost next to nothing and will still help you leave a mark in the hearts of those around you. You can earn plus points and make yourself feel much better with a kind gesture. …

How to be an important member of your community through acts of kindness Read More »

NEW LIFE FOR THE OVERLOOKED

It is human nature to only scratch the surface before we jump to conclusions. That’s why we only look at people and their potential based on the incomplete facts we know about them. For this reason, children in slums are seen as criminals and good-for-nothings who will live a hard and bleak life. Unfortunately, or …

NEW LIFE FOR THE OVERLOOKED Read More »

West Africa: – The future of West and Central African children is being shaped in today’s schools

“Education is an effective shield against extremism and obscurantism. It is a crucial factor in fighting poverty and inequality, strengthening the social contract through citizenship education, and promoting sustainable social and economic development, thus contributing to the stability and security of countries,” said Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Ghazouani, who hosted the Sahel Education Summit in …

West Africa: – The future of West and Central African children is being shaped in today’s schools Read More »

GIVING AS A SERVICE TO HUMANITY.

In times of plenty, it’s easy to overlook what the lack of basic amenities can mean to mostPeople can mean. In today’s world, there are still people who perceive basic amenities as luxuries they cannot afford. A simple coat to keep warm, clean drinking water to stay healthy and cook good meals with it, nutritious …

GIVING AS A SERVICE TO HUMANITY. Read More »

THE VOICE OF CHILDREN COUNTS

The theme of this year’s Human Rights Day is EQUALITY: Reducing Inequality and Promoting Human Rights. The fact that all human beings are born equal and free in dignity and rights is of utmost importance and should be treated as such.These human rights were established to ensure that age, gender, disabilities, and all other factors …

THE VOICE OF CHILDREN COUNTS Read More »

Tanzania: Government stresses need for orientation for new teachers

The Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of State in the President’s Office of Regional Administration and Local Government, Gerald Mweli, has underscored the need for an orientation for newly recruited teachers to ensure that they adhere to rules, regulations and procedures in their employment. This would familiarize them with civil service regulations so that …

Tanzania: Government stresses need for orientation for new teachers Read More »

Translate »