CharChar Teacher Training Covid Measures at Primary Schools CharChar Coaching Support Carrying water for class hand washing

The CharChar Trust

Org #73242
Vetted since 2020
2007
year founded
$27,784
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

We work with primary schools in Malawi to improve the literacy levels of thousands of underprivileged children across the country. These children are required to be fluent in the English language by the time they reach Year 5, when all subjects are taught and examined in English. CharChar has developed a literacy program (the CharChar Literacy Programme - CCLP) to support the Malawi National Curriculum and the National Reading Program (NRP). The CCLP focusses on developing the phonemic awareness of teachers and pupils through the delivery of phonics workshops, on-site training and support to our own volunteer literacy support specialist teachers and government teachers alike.

Projects (2)

Literacy for Malawi
Malawi / Education
 
Project Leaders
Nicky Robertson
Nicky Robertson
Natalie Conti
Natalie Conti
Organization Information
Flat 15, Evesham House Hereford Road
London, W2 4PD
United Kingdom
00447972803473
Organization Information
Flat 15, Evesham House Hereford Road
London, W2 4PD
United Kingdom
00447972803473

Project Reports

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Aug 27, 2021
May-August 2021 Activities
GlobalGiving Report May - August 2021   Context during the period Schools have remained open since our last report in May. The third wave of the pandemic seems to be waning, however a fourth wave...
May 3, 2021
May 2021 Update
Covid-19 has continued to affect our work. Schools were mostly closed up to the second week of March, and with much disruption in communities and the education sector it took several weeks for the...
Nov 13, 2020
Project Update for "Literacy for Malawi"
Dear CharChar’s Friends,  Over the past few months, we have been reorganising our efforts to be able to adapt our programmes to the current situation, considering that children in Malawi...
 
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