Educational gap and opportunities which most vulnerable children are unable to access compared to other children from households that earn reasonable income. Lack of child and Youth cognition development. Lack of exposure to books and education tools such as stick notes, counting cards, placing value worksheet, math card app, math riddles, dimes, and other tools. Lack of freedom expression of their ideas for children and youth in a supportive environment.
To develop a self-discipline and self-motivation to a student by developing confidence in their abilities. To promote appropriate behaviors in different situations and how to manage their feelings Freedom to express feelings, ideas and beliefs within a supportive environment To acquire literacy, numeracy, creativity, communication skills through play, physical activities, and group activities
|Recruit||2 management, 2 boards, 1 advisory, 1, accountant, 2 secretaries, 2 training professionals, 10 volutees|
Martin Lukando, Retired director of meteorology in Tanzania -MBA holder worked in Swaziland as well. Joyce Bernard Mung'ong'o ( Mrs Muzuma) worked in USA as Medical Laboratory Scientist (ASCP) and worked in Tanzania as a High School Teacher. Mary Ntandu, worked as a high school teacher and middle school teacher in Swaziland. she also worked in UK. Government officials- we will partnership with Government to bring more impact to the targeted group