A survey among primary school teachers in Butuo, China, has shown that the children who have attended Humana People to People’s Preschool of the Future are more active, more eager and able to learn on their own.
Nongejile Matomane from Mpakama Village in Quinana South has what many women don’t have, land, where she can produce to feed her family and create a source of income.
In its bid to support the improvement of skills and economic livelihood of under privileged youths in Malawi, Stitching Gered Gereedschap of Holland has provided training tools to Mikolongwe Vocational Training School which will go a long way in benefiting youths in the country.
Planet friendly initiatives are crucial as the world rallies support to reverse climate change effects. EPF Caxito, a teacher training school in Angola, has taken a first step in being a center of learning fully powered by solar energy. Between March and November 2013, a solar energy power system was installed at EPP Caxito to provide energy for both EPF Caxito and EPP Caxito. (EPP is a secondary school with vocational skills training as a central part of the program.) The initiative was central to secure power all day and reduce the power costs. It also gives ADPP Angola the opportunity to tell the world that going green is possible.
Climate Change is again this year the theme of the Humana Day.