As we reached the village, the first person we see running up the hill toward us is the same child who was the first one to figure how to turn on the tablet. In just four minutes he turned it on, stood up and declared “I am a lion.” Previously ostracized, he has become a leader amongst the children, as they continue to self-organize and create a positive, collaborative learning environment.
Ester turned her home into a makeshift preschool for children from a low-income community in Kampala. She offers them a good meal and a safe place to play and learn.
A small village outside of Varanasi. No one in the village can read or write. The woman sitting on the ground is hand rolling incense sticks. It takes her between 1.5 & 2 days to create a pile about the size of a chair for which she gets 100 rupees (about $1.50 usd).
Gelucksburg, South Africa
Headed home after visiting the Learning Center.