Archive for the ‘News’ Category

Join our Cause for One Teacher for Every Child

January 5, 2011

In this Cause we lift examples where teachers and children present learning processes in Teacher Training and schools in Somaliland and all over the world. Children’s rights to play for example and create are important for the future. We know the children are our future! Therefore we need to lift those children who are outside of education, security and rights. With education poverty can be reduced and health can grow.

As a tutor and course developer in teacher training I have examples from teachers, children and parents from different countries. We are working with the British standard of curriculum, which is used in many countries in the world. UN:s goals about Education for All is our aim in cooperation with partners in each country. Today more than 10 million new teachers needed to fill education goals, UN warns.

Without teachers many children are excluded from education. Teacher training (vocational level) makes it possible to get pedagogical skills to stimulate learning development for teachers, children, parents and community.

Once again, welcome to share your experiences and thoughts in this field on our Cause, our homepage Sharing Awareness and our Facebook group! Maybe you have memories from good teachers and what made you happy to learn? Maybe you have experiences also about what makes your child or children stimulate and eager to learn? Welcome to share it!

/Emma, main tutor from MKFC of Teacher Training in Somalia, Pakistan, Ghana and Kenya

AL-BARAKA SCHOOLS – overview

March 7, 2008

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Al-Baraka schools are a non profit and non governmental institution from nursery and secondary education.

The schools were opened its doors in November 1997 and is currently still in progress.

The schools is located in a very calm area of the capital of Somaliland Hargeisa.

Our vision is to provide excellent education services to the future generation of this country through well experienced team of teachers who are guided by special curriculum. 

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Somaliland Times!

March 6, 2008

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Hargeysa, Somaliland , February 18, 2006 – Pupils at Al-Baraka Elementary Intermediate and Secondary schools donated their pocket money allowances on last Wednesday for the rebuilding of Hargeysa bridge project.

The old Irish bridge which was built in the fifties across Hargeysa’s dry river basin was swept away by floods in April 2005.

A committee for raising funds for the building of a new bridge was recently formed by the community.

Meanwhile, the chairman of Hargeysa bridge committee, Adan Baradho, has praised Al-Baraka school children for their fundraising initiative.

A number of other schools, in Hargeysa have now been reported of intending to organize similar fundraising campaigns.

Somaliland Times