Sharing Web Resources

As I returned to the website I chose to study on the first week of class. I chose to research the multimedia of the site http://www.globalfundforchildren.org/multimedia and found “in Tanzania: Empowering Women, Caring for Children.”

Emmanuel always gets a smile.

Retrieved from http://www.globalfundforchildren.orgmultimedia the global fund for children.

 

This is the Young Women’s Development Center in Tanzania.

 

Retrieved from http://www.globalfundforchildren.orgmultimedia the global fund for children.

 

Here the young women are preparing a nutritious meal for their children.

Retrieved from http://www.globalfundforchildren.orgmultimedia the global fund for children.

These young women are learning the vocation of sewing.

Retrieved from http://www.globalfundforchildren.orgmultimedia the global fund for children.

These children are in daycare while their mothers are having vocational training.

Retrieved from http://www.globalfundforchildren.orgmultimedia the global fund for children.

Because of the Faraja Young Women’s Development Organization in Tanzania, this young mother is learning a vocation to provide for her and her child.

Retrieved from http://www.globalfundforchildren.orgmultimedia the global fund for children.

What a blessing this program is for these young mothers.

 

As I explored this website again this week I continued to learn that there is a wealth of knowledge to be gained from this website. Two of the featured blog postings were “getting children out of work and into the classroom.” and “Diamonds in the rough: Lessons from Kenya.” I would recommend that every early childhood educator explore this site. Have a marvelous week!

Tammy

Retrieved from, http://www.globalfundforchildren.org

4 thoughts on “Sharing Web Resources

  1. Hello Tammy,
    Thank you for adding this to your growing wealth of resources. It is sometimes difficult to connect with the struggles of others who appear so far removed from our own situations. It is not difficult to get so ‘caught up’ in our own challenges that we lose sight of the bigger picture. My organisation tried to install a child care facility but sadly, cost constraints among other issues have hindered its start and with further budget cuts this year,it does not appear likely to get off the ground soon. Thank you for a great presentation.

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  2. Tammy,
    What a beautiful way to present your blog for this week! I enjoyed the simplicity in your post especially the visuals. It is great to learn about how other women in the world are making a difference in other people’s lives. This encourages me to not only become an aspiring educator but also a strong woman who can help others. The women shown in the pictures are carefully taking care of their children by allowing themselves to learn certain skills in order to provide for them. This development in this country is a great start and I hope they gain the support to continue with their work. Thank you for sharing about this. I enjoyed it very much. I will also be visiting this link to learn more about the center soon.
    Julianne

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    1. Hello Julianne,
      Thank you for responding to my blog. I was so impressed with this center. The young women took pride in their accomplishments and taking care of their children. I wish their were more centers like this throughout the world. Have a marvelous week!
      Tammy

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