Zambian and Gambian students engaged in a "tribal unification" wisdom exchange, practicing the habit-of-heart Appreciation of Diversity.
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Innovation: Girls United members in Bong Mines County planned a project to raise sheep and chickens (205+) to support 30 elders, widows, and orphans.
Love: Preschoolers in Johnsonville, Liberia gestured to show that
the habit of love can bind a family, a community, and a nation.
Unity: Children in Southern Chad learned unity by growing and selling food,
to buy chalk for their teachers.
Love: Gambian children used math, science and art to teach nutrition to mothers of malnourished children in their project called “Every Stage of Life Matters.
Creativity: Nigerian students practiced the habit of creativity, making batik as gifts to honor the artist and other community role models.
Respect: Nursing students at Zambia’s Links Field College benefit from instructor Mabel Kandongwe’s
Full-Circle Learning approach and from their identity as the Class of Respect.
Teamwork: Students at the Vonye G. Dahn School demonstrated how to resolve a conflict.
In the month of May alone, training workshops at several new schools illuminated new concepts for a thousand more Liberians students.
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