The main actors of this activity who represented the entire class were fourteen young aspiring engineers.
They nominated their peers for the positions of President, Secretary General, Minister of Finance and Minister of Communication.
Class Five pupils of Government Primary School Botaland- Limbe, Cameroon, develop Entrepreneurial and Creative skills as they design and sell items made from cardboards.
On the occasion of World Teachers’ Day, Play and Learn | Literacy club members of Limbe Camp design cards and develop beautiful messages for their teachers.
By taking part in the ‘tell your story with a pen contest’, Glory and her friends improve their reading and writing skills.
Children think abstractly and develop creative skills as they participate in the 'Build a House' challenge
In a cardboard challenge, children work in teams, creating and innovating, thinking about how their new ideas affect them and other members of their community.
Keziah and her friends develop collaborative skills as they find solutions to arithmetic problems.
Children of Educate a Child in Africa, Inc's. Play and Learn | Leadership clubs portray creative, critical thinking and collaborate skills as they compete.
By taking part in the 'Create a City Challenge', children of Limbe camp developed creative, critical thinking and collaborative skills
Through the challenge, the kids were able to exercise the ability to plan, thus developing critical thinking skills.
The youngsters of the Maffany Play and Learn | Leadership club developed the spirit of team building as they worked collectively and presented a sketch on infrastructural development.
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.’s uses its hands-on club activities to stimulate critical thinking and foster the cognitive and creative capacity of children. ECA clubs combine Play and Learn, Family Engagement and Community Engagement to get young Africans...
In the game of ‘Secret Inspiration’, the youngsters performed different task as demanded. Nalowa acted as a magistrate in court passing judgment to a criminal while on her part, Ofelly played the role of a Mathematics teacher in...
The club members did not only think critically and abstractly as they erected the houses, but it also made them to reflect on the importance of Engineering and Technology in the development of a country.
The club members presented some of the socio-economic problems they face in their neighborhood.
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.'s Play and Learn | Leadership club activities builds a foundation for life-long learning
The kids were orientated on the different types of professions in the Medical Field such as Dentist, Pharmacist, and Pediatrician.
The youngsters formed little groups and acted short plays that portrayed different aspects of confidence in their day to day interactions.
'Democracy' was the word of the day. The club members used the principles of democracy to elect the club President, Secretary and Communication Officer.
The older children were however assigned posts of responsibility. They acted as project supervisors, directing the younger ones who took turns in constructing the house.
With the help of Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.’s learning bricks, the older children solved Arithmetic problems while the younger children were involved in sound and word building from the letter ‘A’ to the letter ‘J’.
During this activity, the youngsters not only learned the different meanings of words, they practiced diverse ways of self-expression.
The last activity of the day was the ‘build a house challenge’. The children learned the importance of teamwork and patience and how to solve problems creatively.
The children played the game of ‘Meaning to Me’. They were given writing materials and asked to write letters to the moon and a fallen tree. Terry addressed her letter to the moon and described its importance. She said...
ECA's Play and Learn clubs instill in children the spirit of collaboration and community as they work together to attain specific objectives while playing.
The new parents agreed that the first visit moved them to action.
The parents expressed the desire to maintain a cordial relationship with the teachers for the betterment of the pupils.
The parents affirmed that the Family Engagement Initiative has made them more responsible.
During this visit, both parents and teachers dialogued on issues related to the children’s well being.
This is in recognition of his vision, commitment, and innovative solutions to some society’s most pressing challenges.
With the Use of Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.’s learning bricks, the club members designed road maps linking the bus station in the city of Limbe to the Regional Hospital and the Post Office.
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.s game, 'My Ideal Community' enables children to design their community and also create the community they would love to live in.
Children learn how to construct and identify the different parts of sentences with Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.'s learning bricks.
The team from Educate a Child in Africa, Inc. and the teachers of the different schools agreed that, the pupils’ academic welfare is positively impacted when all the stakeholders in the education of the child are actively involved.
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.'s Play and Learn | Leadership Club members think imaginatively, abstractly and cognitively.
Excluding young women from quality and higher education stands as an impediment to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and defeats the essence of an all inclusive society
Using Educate a child in Africa, Inc.’s learning bricks, the children identified and described different professions.
Teachers use their professional knowledge and skills to impart quality education to mankind.
The children formed a big circle and while clapping on one another’s palms, they followed the chronology of the letters of the alphabet to call out different groups of nouns.
The initiative is masterminded and directed by HGSE’s Professor Karen L. Mapp, whose extensive research, writings, and lectures on family and community engagement in education serve as the foundation of many of Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.'s initiatives.
The game of 'Banana Boldness' thought the children about the appearance, nutritive content and medicinal value of different fruits
The Club members played the game of 'Clansmen' while jumping on one leg and answering questions based on their origin
ECA clubs combine Play and Learn, Family Engagement, and Community Engagement to get young Africans to be passionate about education.
The game of 'Secret Inspiration' presented a unique opportunity for the club members to learn the values of civic engagement
The children challenged their parents on important things that affect their daily lives.
The 'Shape Tracker' activity urged the club members to scramble through several pictures in search for answers to the different questions posed.
'Know Your Children' fosters dialogue in homes and identifies the most essential needs of children
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc. club activities promote lifelong learning.
'Know Your Children' drastically reduces disagreement, disobedience, hatred, criminality and fighting within families and communities at large.
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc's Play & Learn | Leadership club activities inspire a passion for education.
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.'s Play & Learn | Leadership club activities help children in Math, Science, reading, writing and the development of critical thinking skills.
Children learn to empathise with each other during Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.'s Play & Learn | Leadership club activities.
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.'s Play & Learn | Leadership club activities act as a springboard for children to become 'servant leaders'.
Through the implementation of Family Engagement, Ashley was consistently tidy, punctual, and never came to school without doing her homework.
Children were made 'Peace Ambassadors' on the Day of the African Child 2016
Through Educate a Child in Africa, Inc's Play and Learn | Leadership Club activities, children identify different professions and develop the passion for them.
The first activity of the Play and Learn | Leadership Club in Government Practising School Unity Quarter, Limbe, Cameroon generated a passion for education among the pupils.
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.'s Family Engagement initiative empowers parents to be better decision makers, especially on matters that are directly linked to the growth of the child.
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc. is creating welcoming and inviting school cultures.
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.'s Play and Learn | Leadership Club activities inspire a new generation of Change Makers
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.'s goal is to help schools move from an ineffective family-school partnership to an effective family-school partnership that supports student achievement and school improvement.
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc.'s Play & Learn | Leadership Club activities bring out the full potential of children.
When schools develop strong partnerships with parents, families and communities the students achieve at a higher level and they are better equipped for lifelong success.
Three groups were formed by the leader and the youngsters took turns in constructing sentences.
The parents expressed their gratitude, clearly acknowledging the impact of Family Engagement on their children.
Anne exercised her leadership role by assigning her mates to coordinate the different activities.
Educate a Child in Africa’s hands-on Club activities develop the physical, intellectual, emotional, social and creative skills needed to build the foundation for human development and lifelong learning.
Educate a Child in Africa, Inc. trains teachers on how to intentionally -- and systematically -- forge sustainable mutually beneficial partnerships with parents.
Educate a Child in Africa’s Play and Learn activities inspire the passion for education, teach children basic lessons on diverse subjects while building their confidence, team building and leadership skills. It is worth mentioning that ECA’s hands-on Club activities...
Members of the Educate a Child in Africa (ECA) Play and Learn/leadership club came together on the 9th of April 2016 at their club venue in Mile One, Limbe, Cameroon. The youngsters showed a lot of interest in the...
Educate a Child in Africa uses its hands-on club activities to stimulate critical thinking and foster the cognitive and creative capacity of children.
“Know your Children” is a fun game show between children and their parents/guardians. The goal of this initiative is to assuage the different conflicts that exist within families and communities and identify the most essential needs of children.
The Lead Africa or Change Maker Initiative is a capacity building package that is geared towards changing the mindset of graduates from higher educational institutions. The fundamental goal is to make them agents of change in their communities, especially...
Educate a Child in Africa (ECA) organized its "Play and Learn" activities with the children of the "Save the Children Alliance" and "Emmanuel Memmorial Home of Hope" orphanages in Limbe, South West Region of Cameroon. The fun game...
The activities brought together more than one hundred children in an open playground created by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR).
150 students took part in a writing and drawing competition and shared their views about the different challenges affecting girls in their communities.
As part of activities to commemorate the 25th edition of the International Day of the African Child, Educate a Child in Africa organized an outreach program in Wovia and Batoke villages in the South West Region of Cameroon.
Educate a Child in Africa organized a survey and a conference to give young Cameroonians an opportunity to make their voices heard.
Educate a Child in Africa (ECA) used its "Play and Learn" initiative to educate children about their inherent rights as stipulated by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Educate a Child in Africa (ECA) has been carrying out its "Play and Learn" activities in some primary schools of Limbe, the South West Region of Cameroon to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of...
Educate a Child in Africa observed the third edition of the International Day of the Girl Child by organizing an open forum for girls, who were selected from twenty different communities to talk about the forms of violence that...
On the 21st of September 2014, pupils of Government Practicing School (GPS) Mile III in Bamenda the North West Region of Cameroon commemorated the International Day of Peace through education and public awareness on issues related to peace.
Educate a Child in Africa (ECA) trained three interns from the University of Buea (UB) Cameroon to carry out a sensitization campaign on the importance of Science education to the girl child.
The event brought together children from orphanages, students from primary and secondary institutions, street children, parents and guardians, women associations, a host of dignitaries...
Educate a Child in Africa joined the Dynamic Ladies of Bobende to commemorate the World Environment Day under the theme "Raise your Voice, Not the Sea Level".
While they played, they were taught the values of Peace, Unity, Problem Solving/Conflict Resolution, Friendship and Solidarity.
The Divisional Delegate of the Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development, was on hand to support Educate a Child in Africa's effort to teach children about the importance of wetlands.
The theme for World AIDS 2013 was “Getting to Zero”: zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS related deaths.
Schools, Educational and Administrative authorities Commemorate the International Day of the Girl Child
EDUCATE A CHILD IN AFRICA (ECA) partnered with VOICE OF WOMEN INITIATIVE (VOW) to commemorate the 2nd edition of the International Day of the Girl Child...
On June 16th 2013, Educate a Child in Africa joined the world in commemorating The Day of The African Child.
The 2013 World Environment Day was commemorated under the theme: Eat.Think.Save.
Educate a Child In Africa participated in a tree planting exercise organized by the DYNAMIC LADIES OF BOBENDE, a common initiative group based in Limbe, Cameroon.
The education of the girl child is one of ECA's key causes.
Educate a Child in Africa visited different schools and neighborhoods with a simple but clear message: “No to Child Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation against Children”.
The children were taught that peace, democracy, economic growth and sustainable development can only be achieved with an educated African Society.
A little over sixty children drawn from different primary institutions in Limbe took part in diverse activities focused on the importance of education, children’s rights, Democracy, teamwork, peace and conflict resolution and Environmental awareness.