Success4Less Teacher Program
What do girls want boys to know?
In our recent P4L trip to teach girls reproductive health in Colombia girls emphatically told us -- “boys need to know this stuff too!”
When we recognize our interconnectedness and the fundamental dignity and equality of every human being, we help to build a world that is more accepting, secure and free. ~Barack Obama
Interns learn about and actively participate in projects that address global issues of a social, economic, or environmental nature to gain the values, attitudes and behaviors that support responsible global citizenship.
ACESWorld volunteers do work that changes lives around the world and without leaving home. Your expertise and time can help feed families, keep girls in school, end child marriage or help teachers. We need your expertise.
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Your donations help farmers and their families, girls continue their schooling after puberty, teacher do a better job teaching and helps us to build a community of organizations working to end poverty.
Farmers in Uganda trained in sustainable farming practices and given seeds
Seeds4Seeds provides farming families with rice, maize seeds garlic and workshops on planting, composting and seed saving . The situation in many villages is dire. 3.6 people die every minute in east-Africa as a result of food insecurity.
teachers in three countries PARTICIPATED in professional development program
Success4Less professional development helps under-resourced teachers develop compassion, leadership, classroom management skills, and content knowledge to give students the best possible education. More than 1000 students have benefited.
girls and boys given reproductive health education
P4L teaches reproductive health education girls and boys and provides girls with supplies to manage periods in a healthy, safe, and dignified manner, to improve school attendance and educational attainment and to break the cycle of poverty.