Project Update from Deaf Reach Schools & Training Centers, Pakistan

[pink]Program Utilization Report for Early Education for Every Child Foundation[/pink] Prepared by DEAF REACH SCHOOLS AND TRAINING CENTERS  A Project of Family Educational Services Foundation (Pakistan) BrillKids Usage: The software has been used for 2 years with deaf children from Kindergarten to Grade III in the Deaf Reach schools of Karachi, Hyderabad and Sukkur, Pakistan. The level of vocabulary contained in the program was deemed appropriate for this age group. It has been very popular amongst students and their teachers. Methodology: The program has been integrated into the school curriculum.…

University of Quintana Roo, Campus Playa del Carmen

[pink]Playa Del Carmen, Quintana Roo[/pink] ATT’N JOY KOLLER EDUCATION CONSULTANT PROJECT DIRECTOR  As a President of the University of Quintana Roo, Campus Playa del Carmen and on behalf of our students, I would like to thank the foundation EEECF for your kind contribution to our student’s population. Our students as well as their English teachers welcomed your English  Program,  Little  Reader,  with  such  an  enthusiasm.  They  have  been  using  it regularly, as a whole group activity and independently in our English lab. They have been…

Helping the Typhoon Victims (Rise Above Cebu, Philippines)

Early Education for Every Child Foundation represented in Philippines by Cebu-based Foundation Raise Above. Over the last years Raise Above and EEECF worked together on literacy and educational projects, providing young children with basic educational programs. After the incredibly powerful Typhoon made landfall in Philippines, our partners at Raise Above Foundation focused all their efforts on disaster relief and help. Here is an account directly from them. [hr] Rise Above Foundation Cebu Organize Relief Trips To North Cebu, Philippines [Show slideshow] It has been some…

Ciudad del Niño, La Chorrera, Republic of Panama

[pink]2013 Little Reader update at Ciudad del Niño, La Chorrera, Republic of Panama.[/pink] We received the Little Reader CD in the mail last week, thank you. This will make it much easier to install on more computers. I was unable to update the software to the new version of Little Reader this year as the internet was so intermittent. Hopefully just needing the internet now for the key will make it more straightforward. I try to encourage use of LR as of course I know of the benefits. With…

Universidad de Quintana Roo: Unidad Academica Playa del Carmen

Submitted by Ms. Claudia Salazar Arreozola M.Ed. (Profesor Investigador) My name is Claudia Salazar Arreozola, I’m a Researcher Professor and Director of program at the University of Quintana Roo. We are a public University, non-profit organ receive funds from the Mexican government and we are subscribed to the SEP (Secretaria Educacion Publica) but we remain autonomous. This is a public funded University, we don’t charge a fee  but students  contribute  with  a  small  symbolic  amount  which  also can  be covered by a government scholarship called…

Founding Futures (Cecily’s Fund, Zambia)

This report provides an update on the first year of the Founding Futures project at Bwafwano Integrated Services Organisation (BISO) Community School which focuses on early childhood development and education and has enabled pre-school facilities to be developed at BISO and within the local community. Written by Sally-Anne Saull [hr] Launched in March 2012, Founding Futures was supported by Brill Kids through an in-kind grant of five Little Reader kits including software, teacher guides and curriculum materials. Although it is too early to measure overall…

Introducing the Little Learner Initiative (Mexico)

Written by Joy Koller Mexican Team: LLI Project Director: Joy Koller of JkGlobal Connections “Promoting Global Literacy and Professional Development” Founder of English Reading Support Services, Mayan Riviera Mexico LLI Project Coordinators: Helene and Victor Ailhaud, owners of Univers Maya, Responsible Travel, Playa del Carmen Mexico LLI Project Mexico offers our Mexican-Mayan community of young learners, schools, teachers and families the opportunity to join the Little Learner Initiative (LLI) global campaign for a chance at a better education. Literacy is a basic human right and developing literate…

Progress Update from the Ket Wangi Orphanage (Kenya)

Written by Emily Odera, Founder of Ket Wangi Orphanage and Learning Center (Update 2) I am passing my vote of thank you to Brillkids Foundation. Ket Wangi Orphans have really improved their standard of learning in English, Music, Science, Geograpphy, Mathmatics and ARTS.I have seen what I call learning at ease. The Nursery school is enjoying learning that they do not even want to break for their breaks. Music is fantastic. These are the children whom some were slow learners. Learning is now fun with…

Update from Family Care, Cambodia

Written by Mrs. Ann & Mr. Alex Soldner, Family Care Cambodia, Cambodia We recently sold 4 sets of Little Reader Basic kits locally, and in agreement with EEECF, were able to allocate the funds for our literacy projects here in Cambodia.[clear] The funds were used to purchase 3 good quality, second hand computers with flat screen monitors. These were delivered to and installed at the CCPCR Rescue Shelter, which is home to 48 young girls rescued from human trafficking, sexual exploitation and violent abuse. Family…