Hannah our volunteer teaching English to the OVCs
This is another report for this wonderful and excellent project. Since our last report a lot has been achieved. After the construction of the first phase as reported in our last report, we continue to reveive volunteers from Uk, Swuansea, New zealand, India etc. Teaching in the school has been markely imporved, the Ovcs have now become students studying in a special school.
We have acquired more English tech books, and with the help of our volunteers whom some of them were trained teachers, a lot has been done.
We are now looking forward to start the 2nd phase as soon as we have some funds so that the present class which is taking place in the volunteers flat and in the sitting room can move in as soon as possible.
Some times volunteers are boud to get up very early when studend come and wants to start their moring classes. How ever Hanna one of the volunteers did their best in the teaching of Enlgish and working in other projects. Here below you can see that the students are serious in their classes and Hanna is suprvesing the work.
One of the pictures with Yellow shirts was taken after the Youth Day celebration where they joined other schools and participated in the martch pass. The Stigma is almost out and they are very happy, open and feel free as they can now interact with students from other institutions without any inferiority complext.
The demand for admision of more ophnaned continue to rise and especially as the 1st phase has been constructed and put to use.
We wish to encouraged well wishers to support this project so that we can continue to train them in a good and conducive study environment.
OVCs busy taking English lessons in thier Class
OVCs during the Youth Day celebrations in Cameroon