Light for Children August Report

The month of August saw lesser activities for Light for children. Rachael Beach, a volunteer from the United States of America arrived on July 29, 2011 and started the Summer School by teaching English and Integrated Science at the Chirapatre Junior High School. She was assisted by Justice Appau, a student of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology who had his internship at Light for Children. He was teaching Maths at the same school.

Rebecca Kuntz, also from the United States helped in the teaching of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). She taught the children how to browse the internet and even opened e-mail accounts for the students by making use of the internet facility in the office.

The month of August also brought in one person from the Trinidad and Tobego who resides in the United States in the person of Dnika Joseph. She came and showed interest in Light for Children`s activities and promised to partner us. She showed much interest in the beads-making and collected twenty (20) pieces to be sold in USA and promised to send the money later to us. She was given Light for Children`s T-shirt in appreciation of her kind gesture.

The latter part of August saw the departure of Justice Appau who left for school. He was given LIFOC T-shirt to show our laudable appreciation for his service rendered to us during his internship.

Rachael Beach teaching Integrated Science at Chirepatre JHS

Justice Appau exhibiting his Mathematical skills.

Rebecca Kuntz having ICT lessons at Chirapatre JHS.

Dnika Joseph (middle) in a pose with LIFOC staff.


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