Thursday, December 6, 2018

World AIDS Day - learning to be healthy global citizens!

On Friday, November 30th, students and staff recognized World AIDS Day in the classroom!

Each secondary school class (in their brand new classrooms!) held a one-hour session where they discussed the disease - what it is, how it is transmitted and its effects, and how they can be responsible for the health and well-being of their bodies. The Child Development staff and teachers worked together, handing out informational pamphlets, leading presentations, and answering student questions.

World AIDS Day takes place every December 1st as an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, to show support for those in our global community who are living with the virus, and to commemorate those who have lost their lives to an AIDS-related illness. 

We are proud of our staff members for their solidarity with their global citizens, and are grateful to be able to provide educational opportunities that better the lives and health of our residents and students. 

Thank you to all who made this event possible!

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Christ The King Sunday Celebrations

On Sunday, November 25th, the children and staff on campus celebrated Christ the King Sunday and the anniversary of the Pwoje Espwa children's choir. The Echo de Jenn - "Echo of Young People" - choir blessed us with beautiful music throughout the service, which was followed by a reception for friends and family.

We are so grateful for the leadership at Pwoje Espwa for providing opportunities for our students to participate in meaningful activities like leading worship services. Thank you for your continued support!

Echo de Jenn Choir looking beautiful in white and blue!

Matant in her Sunday best!

The girls danced beautifully in celebration of Christ the King Sunday during the service.