Educational Program At the African Modern Arts Project. (AMAP)
During the third quarter of 2011 AMAP was able to raise adequate funds to hire one full time teacher to be working during the morning hours. The much needed help comes in play with the increase in the number of enrolled students. With the presence of the newly hired teacher during the morning class hours we are able to divide the classes to two equals sections of almost 30 students in each section. The original number of 60+ students was way too much to handle by one teacher. Now there is much more control for the classroom and more teacher child time is allocated.
AMAP was also able to hire additional help/aide for the morning period to cook breakfast material for the children. While the children gain much needed education at the school they also rely on the meals offered to them during the morning session. The food material purchased comes from the funds that are collected in fundraising.
Small progress in the educational process at the school and we are proud of it.
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