Amún Shéa priorities for 2015 are math, technology and English. While at the national level our students are well above average, we have now set the bar a bit higher, to international standards. A careful review with participation from volunteers of the US Peace Corps and the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA), along with collaboration from staff of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) determined the need to set these priorities.
This process has allowed us to build institutional relationships which provide valuable expertise, strengthens our program and enhances our impact in education. We continue to seek out new partnerships for that very purpose, as in the case of the South Korea International Agency for Cooperation (KOICA) and others.
The aim and purpose of these relationships is to improve the quality of education and elevate our program to international standards, as we strive to create the needed spark for development in the area.
We are grateful for your support and for your sharing this project with friends and family. This caliber of program would be completely out of reach for everyone within the region, without your help. Partner with us on the financial side so that we may focus fully on the educational aspect. Thank you!
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