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December 15, 2016

Christmas & Rickshaws… Fa-La-La-La-La

You’re probably asking yourself, “How do Christmas & Rickshaws go together?” Well… here at WTA they’re a perfect adventure waiting for you to take part in! Thank you for making 2016 a record year for World Teacher Aid! As we…
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October 20, 2016

LaunchCon Fundraiser a Huge Success

Last week, we had the privilege again to be the featured charity at another Jeff Walker’s event - LaunchCon in Los Angeles, California. This was an AWESOME event that surpassed our imaginations. The room was full of entrepreneurs who were…
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April 25, 2015

The Planting Season

The primary economic activity of the communities we work with is farming; to be exact subsistence small-scale farming. When resettlement was being implemented, a major consideration was enough farmland to accommodate the scores of people displaced from their original home…
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February 25, 2015

Update From Lemolo B

For the last six months, we have been busy constructing a school at Lemolo B community -Sinendet primary school. I am glad to say we are done with classroom construction. Kids are now learning in nice classrooms with proper desks…
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December 15, 2014

Happy Holidays!

The holidays are now upon us, which makes it an excellent time to check in with the folks living in Lemolo, the latest village where WTA has built a school. Elian Ekeno and family Elian Ekeno plans on spending the…
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November 6, 2014

A School Day at Sinendet Primary School

Sinendet primary school is currently under construction with two classrooms almost done and two currently being constructed. However the community started a school; teachers and students learning in temporary sheds poorly constructed from the locally available materials and with urgency…
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