A team of high-school students at the Institute at Havergal is helping to implement an XO program this August at the NOAH’s Ark orphanage (Nurturing Orphans of AIDS for Humanity) in Molweni, South Africa, near Durban. A group of students taking part in the Havergal South Africa Global Experience Program will take XOs with them, which they are currently learning how to introduce to students.
Using these laptops, they will continue conversations with the NOAH youth all year long. They have a standing relationship with the orphanage and are being mentored by Mark Battley and a team in Ntugi.
John Valent with the E4N Foundation has been working with children and families in Cheminy, and is expanding to two more schools in Pokot as the new school term begins. They use a collection of materials for both school and farming, and encourage children to learn with their families, and help their families learn, outside of school.
Kudos to their team for sharing their work, and tracking their open tasks and reports online.