Ghana – Project Share
About one in three children under the age of five suffer from malnutrition – even though there is no famine.
Project sport++ in Anjouan
Through our longstanding football project and personal contacts in the village of Sangani on the Comorian island of Anjouan, we have noticed that many children in public school up to grade 4 can only read and write poorly or not at all. Since Sangani is a poor neighbourhood, the parents are often illiterate and do not speak French. However, school lessons are held in French, which the children do not understand. The teachers are poorly paid and therefore not very motivated. In the village, people treat each other harshly, which leads to a lack of self-confidence and self-esteem among many young people. This situation gave rise to the sport++ project.
We offer sports lessons as well as lessons in reading, writing and arithmetic to the children of the 3rd and 4th grade. Through education and sport, values can be conveyed and the children’s self-confidence can be strengthened. Sport is an excellent way to teach social skills, respect, honesty, kindness and consideration.
The local teachers, who are trained by our project, teach the children with proven learning methods in their mother tongue Shindzuani and in French. During the holidays, lessons take place three times a week, plus sports once. During school, lessons are offered twice a week as a course.
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