Children of the Night Global Tutoring

by Children of the Night, Inc
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Boy Tutoring
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From January 1 to August 27, 2021, Children of the Night Tutored 2,746 tutoring hours to 61 sex trafficked or high risk students to 7 programs in 5 countries including Ecuador, India, Kenya, Tanzania, and Nepal.

There were 44 ESL Students and 17 Math Students.

            47 were female

            14 were male

            57 were under the age of 18

             4 were 20 – 26 years of age and mostly represented staff

 

 

The ripples of our global tutoring program are so very exciting.  In Ecuador, a 17-year-old boy has learned enough English his mother, a single parent, was able to obtain employment as a housekeeper for an American family.  Each week the mother and son go to the home and the son can help translate English for the mother to complete her job.

In Tanzania, our girls are from 10 to 18 years of age, and they are always so eager to learn and ask lots of questions.  Last week one of the girls had to repeat an assessment test she had failed.  She scored 100% on the retest and you could hear the screams of job when she learned her score. 

In one year, our girls in Tanzania move from no English to 7th or 8th grade English.  They are always on time and have their supplies ready.

Girls Tutoring
Girls Tutoring
Teaching English in Developing Countries
Teaching English in Developing Countries

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Global Tutoring Director
Global Tutoring Director

Global ZOOM Tutoring to Child Sex Trafficking Victims

Globally, our ZOOM tutoring is teaching English and Math to Child Sex Trafficking Victims living in Christian or Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). 

Many of these children are unable to leave the safe refuge where they seek protection because the risk of kidnapping for sex or labor trafficking is REAL.

When these children learn English, they can obtain employment in their country’s call centers or tourist industry.  With strong math skills and high scores on their nation’s math test, their own countries will fund their college education and increasingly there are employment opportunities in IT (Internet Technology).

Currently, we are partnered with organizations in the Dominican Republic, Thailand, the Philippines, Cambodia, Vietnam, India, Nepal, Ecquador, Tanzania and Kenya, and we have received inquiries from Pakistan.

Children Tutored in Tanzania from Remembering Nhu
Children Tutored in Tanzania from Remembering Nhu
Children Tutored in Tanzania from Remembering Nhu
Children Tutored in Tanzania from Remembering Nhu
Children Tutored in Tanzania from Remembering Nhu
Children Tutored in Tanzania from Remembering Nhu
Children Tutored in Tanzania from Remembering Nhu
Children Tutored in Tanzania from Remembering Nhu

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Children Tutored in Tazania from Remembering Nhu
Children Tutored in Tazania from Remembering Nhu

Christian orphanges and other NGO's from developing countries reached out to Dr. Lee for help with their programs.  Dr. Lee was impressed with the homes built and care provided, but the absence of education was troubling.

In 2011, Dr. Lee created Children of the Night WOW - Children of the Night With Out Walls to provide education to child sex trafficking victims who lacked viable economic alternative to prostitution as a means to support their families.

In 2020, Children of the Night tutored 23 sex trafficking vicitms in Africa, India and Nepal.

The tutoring required 630 hours of one on one ZOOM tutoring in English and Math.

The students ranged in age from 11 to 26 years old.

3 of the students tutored in a drop in center in India and 20 other students tutored in a children's home in Nepal and Tanzania.

All of our students were female.

This is the begining our our global tutoring program and in 2021, with additional resources, we plan on tutoring a lot more.

Children Tutored in Tazania from Remembering Nhu
Children Tutored in Tazania from Remembering Nhu
Children Tutored in Tazania from Remembering Nhu
Children Tutored in Tazania from Remembering Nhu
Children Tutored in Tazania from Remembering Nhu
Children Tutored in Tazania from Remembering Nhu

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Tutors Working From Our Headquarters
Tutors Working From Our Headquarters

Children of the Night experienced setbacks with our staff and the children of our Global Partners.  During that time, we hired a Director of Curriculum to review all available curriculums who selected a new curriculum allowing for a more rapid process of learning English and Math.  

A Director of Global Tutoring was hired to reach out to our partner agencies and establish start up goals and learn about their challenges of our previous tutoring and the needs of our new partners.

An administrative assistant was hired to handle all organizing documents in excel, pdf and google docs for the enrollment of students and the guides for the Director of Global Tutoring to fill in gaps in time which enabled the Director of Curriculum to begin interviewing of new part time tutors.

Announcing a new partner in Arusha, Tanzania "Remembering Nhu"  has enrolled 9 children for English relying on 3 computers.  Children of the Night assisted them with internet services at the cost of $270 per month.  "Remembering Nhu" has hundreds of students anxious to join our Global Tutoring Program and we will enroll them when we have stabilized the first 9 children.

We may need assistance to purchase more computers for their program and we have reputable vendors with whom we work for internet service and computers.

Nepal is booming as we reinitialize our Global Tutoring Program in Nepal.  One of our continuing groups who are LightHouse Foundation who has a computer lab and we have enrolled 3 of their students and will assist with internet access.

Several other groups in Nepal are rejoining our Global Tutoring Program and we believe we will be fully operational by December 31st.

We need financial donations to fund internet services and additional computers as we grow.

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Children of the Night, Inc

Location: Los Angeles, CA - USA
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Project Leader:
L Lee
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