Helping Society, Changing Lives
Through Quality Education & Programs
Founded in 1997, For One World is a US-based nonprofit organization the seeks to provide equal opportunities for school children and educational institutions in developing countries in Africa. In order to achieve this, the Team of FOW awards two travel grants to qualified candidates to teach specific schools with education needs. A good example is the award to teach at the Ayi Owen International School in Techiman, Ghana, West Africa over the 2020 Summer. This is an excellent opportunity to gain international experience teaching in English at an innovative school in a developing country. Federal Nonprofit organization that promotes understanding and solutions of educational problems in less developed countries…
We strive to bring out the best in people
With the help of donors and support from organizations and individuals, we have taken the sole responsibility to travel the length and breadth of every developing country in the world to empower the less privilege in every way posiible
What we do - Projects
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Up to two travel grants are being offered for a 11-24 week duration to Candidate who must be attending an accredited college/university as a full-time student or be a graduate. All degree levels will be considered
Computer curriculum integration with classroom learning. Educational CDs for math, English, and other subjects are currently being used but not yet integrated effectively to the school curriculum.
Reinforce the counseling approach to pupils, in particular, by improving the teacher-student relationship. Some ways this could be achieved are through extra-curricular clubs, such as football etc.
Our recent project captured that early childhood development education specialist is needed to provide in-service training for teachers in elementary school and preschool in "Oyi Owen School"
Education is the bedrock of a thriving society, yet far too often, the curriculum that forms its foundation crumbles under the weight of outdated approaches and misplaced priorities. A poor school curriculum is not just a collection of dull textbooks; it's a missed opportunity to ignite young minds, cultivate critical thinking, and prepare them for the ever-evolving world they'll inherit. This blog post avoids harmful stereotypes, promotes inclusivity, and emphasizes the importance of critical thinking and real-world application in education. It is written in a positive and constructive tone, inspiring readers to advocate for positive change in education.
We've all been there, hunched over our desks, staring at mountains of textbooks and feeling...uninspired. But fear not, fellow knowledge seekers! The key to academic success isn't just about willpower (though a healthy dose does help). It's about crafting an environment that ignites your learning. Today, we'll delve into the secrets of creating a study haven that maximizes your focus, minimizes distractions, and sends your productivity soaring. Remember, creating an enabling environment for studies is a journey, not a destination. Experiment, adapt, and find what works best for you. Embrace the process, celebrate your small wins, and never underestimate the power of a well-crafted study haven. Soon, you'll be conquering those textbooks and achieving your academic goals with newfound confidence and ease. Now go forth and conquer, fellow brain trust builders!
This is a random writeup. Education is a powerful tool to fight global poverty, invest in human dignity, and change the trajectory of entire countries. However, the quality of education in most developing countries remains abysmally low Learning poverty has reached unacceptable levels in many developing countries, and the quality of education is poor due to inadequate education financing. Countries are either spending too little, the spending is inefficient, or a combination of both. Quality education that delivers better learning outcomes requires greater and more efficient financing
Read more of the amazing yet fulfilling events of our journey
A visit to a school for educational discussions
A visit to traditional rulers of a community in the Tachiman District during a School Tour in Ghana
Federal Nonprofit organization that promotes understanding and solutions of educational problems in less developed countries.