Quality education in Fiji

by GVI Charitable Programs
Quality education in Fiji
Quality education in Fiji
Quality education in Fiji
Quality education in Fiji
Quality education in Fiji
Quality education in Fiji
Quality education in Fiji
Quality education in Fiji
Quality education in Fiji
Quality education in Fiji

Project Report | Apr 3, 2024
Supporting education in Fiji

By Fiji team | Fiji project team

We are grateful for your continued support of our education project, which enables us to provide valuable assistance to a group of young learners.

Early education is crucial for children's development. Offering a variety of experiences where children can explore, experiment, learn new words, socialize, and create fosters a holistic approach to child development.

These foundational skills and experiences form the basis for a child's growth and development as they progress to their school years. Our Learning Through Play program focuses on children aged 3-4 years and offers a valuable opportunity for children in the village.

Our team enjoy making the most of special occasions for example in the lead up to Easter we engaged children in a range of fun activities to develop their skills and embrace the Easter spirit.  We also ran holiday programs to engage students in a range of activities.

As adults, we can structure play scenarios to facilitate a child's growth and development. For example, providing blocks for children to play with helps them develop hand-control skills as they pick up and arrange the blocks, problem-solving skills as they build towers, sharing skills as they interact with others, and persistence as they work to build without the structure collapsing. Throughout these experiences, adults can interact by helping them count blocks or pointing out colors, turning these activities into valuable learning opportunities within a play environment.

Another aspect of our preschool program is reading stories. Through stories, children learn to listen, imagine, and comprehend. They expand their vocabulary and learn that words have meaning, laying an important foundation for developing literacy skills in their school years.

Your support allows us to provide a range of resources for children to play and explore, leading to valuable learning opportunities. Children learn in different ways and at different rates, so having a variety of resources enables us to cater to the diverse needs of children in the playgroup. It also allows us to build a robust collection of books and stories to help children enjoy reading and develop their literacy skills.

We thank you for your donations, which help us purchase supplies and resources to ensure young children have a range of opportunities for development.

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Dec 4, 2023
Positive start to education

By Fiji team | Fiji project team

Jul 20, 2023
Early years are vital years

By Michele Comber | Project Manager

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Organization Information

GVI Charitable Programs

Location: The Woodlands, TX - USA
Project Leader:
Cheryl Martin
The Woodlands , TX United States
$2,063 raised of $10,000 goal
8 donations
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