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March 2020 Update - Project South Africa

23 March 2020, George, SOUTH AFRICA

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Of all the resources required to reach our goals in this initiative, human capacity stands as the most important. Abraham Martin is a gem of such a resource to us. He shares insights and experience with our young students without holding back or fearing that others may use those insights to make great strides in life for themselves.

Leading Young People to Ensure Food Security in South Africa

1 January, 2020 BRUSSELS, Belgium

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The young people who experienced his enormous value and wealth of knowledge have spoken out over their views on what he has meant to them and how they have benefit from relating to him.

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New Footprints in the Soil of South Africa's Vocational Training in Agriculture

14 November, 2019 BRUSSELS, Belgium
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First Footprints to give Soul to South Africa's Soil

Substantial Donation Makes 20 additional Media centers Possible in South Africa

Several schools sites throughout South Africa will benefit from a substantial donation from the American Overseas School of Rome (AOSR) after 20 MacBooks were donated to Learning Academy Worldwide's literacy improvement initiatives in the country.

Head of School, Dr. Beth Pfannl together with Educational Technology Coordinator, Ms Tracy Arnold, handed over 20 MacBooks to Learning Academy Worldwide founder, Mr Theophilus van Rensburg Lindzter in Rome this week.

f.l.t.r. - Ms Tracy Arnold, Mr Theophilus Van rensburg Lindzter and Dr Beth Pfannl. Far right, Mr van Rensburg Lindzter and Dr Pfannl at the school entrance in Rome.

The donation enables the creation of several media-production-centers (MPCs). These centers will be the hubs for teacher-lead, off-the-grid solutions that will stream curriculum-related media-rich content to mobile devices.

Mobile devices, largely recycled phones donated by Sprint, USA, will "talk" via refurbished routers and the MacBooks, creating a local internet accessible within the parameters of the school. Rural schools, where unreliable internet connection is the norm, will be able to access curriculum-related content on any browser-based interface.

The MacBooks are also powerful production tools enabling students and teachers to create their own content for project requirements.

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