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New Visualization On Sporting Activities With Buea Prison Inmates 

New Visualization inspiring social inclusion within sedentary populations by organising socio-cultural and recreational sporting activities for inmates in the Buea Central Prison. We also encouraged a social and friendly lifestyle among them while awarding the winners with some medals. Pic: NV CEO and some dignitaries at the event awarding medals to players of various teams

New Visualization At Bonacanda; Empowering Youths For Sustainable Development

New Visualization once again strengthened the mindsets of Youths in Bonacanda village towards sustainable development through education, vocational skills development and basic business management training. We believe that Providing the special needs of under privileged youths through awareness generation and capacity development is an invaluable investment for posterity. New Visualization has and will always care for every class of people

New Visualization On Violent Fight Against Sexual And Gender Based Violence

New Visualization in a bid to curb sexual and gender based violence tendencies prior to vocational skills and entrepreneurship trainings, organised a capacity building workshop in Maumu village. It featured a sensitization on women rights and the need for them to engage in income earning activities and be independent. The picture above is a cross section of participants at this training. New Visualisation believes that it is our moral obligation to state categorically clear that women and girls deserve to be treated [...]

Gender equality in West Africa? The key role of social norms

Despite some progress, gender equality remains unfinished business worldwide, including in West Africa and particularly in the Sahel1. Such West African countries as Burkina Faso, Cabo Verde, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Mauritania, Senegal and Sierra Leone have closed the gender gap in primary school enrolment. However, youth (aged 15-24) illiteracy rate in Chad is still twice as high for women than for men. In Liberia, only one-third of girls were enrolled in secondary school in 2015. Women are increasingly represented [...]

How the Fight for Gender Equality Is Changing in 2018

In 2006, TIME magazine named “You” as the Person of the Year, recognizing the shift that had taken place on the internet. Users had become the drivers of the World Wide Web. YouTube made users producers, Wikipedia made users experts and MySpace made people stars. Users were tired of being passive so they stopped being the audience, and TIME’s cover headline read, “You control the Information Age. Welcome to your world.” Nothing has been more true. The same shift is happening now in [...]

Treating children with love

Children need our love. We have discovered that children understand well when they are being thought by a teachers that show them love and same thing applies to parents. So if we can treat them with love we will be sure of having a generation of potential leaders and a good tomorrow. so this program is to go about schools and gathering of parents to encourage and teach them the importance of treating their children with love, care and [...]

Acceptance on nonperformance basis

Acceptance on nonperformance basis is very essential for children because when they perceive that acceptance comes with performance, the whole contract changes. Encourage your children and let them know that you love them and would not let anything come between you and them. If your child fails an Exam and you go about shouting and showing how bad your child is, He/she will feel rejected. Look at that child as you and imagine you are the one standing on the school assembly [...]

Higher Math in Lower Grades: Hurting or Helping Kids?

Every parent wants to see her child keep up with peers, and these days that means taking algebra in the eighth grade. But sometimes we forget that algebra is a very demanding course, full of sophisticated and abstract ideas. Do students really need to take this higher math course in lower grades, or can it do them more harm than good? Download Article There are two sides to the issue. Politicians like the idea of offering algebra in middle school. They argue that the world [...]

Inclusive Education

A year ago, Igliassu could not even walk because one of his legs was much shorter than the other. LIGHT FOR THE WORLD helped him enrol in an inclusive school together with his peers. Inclusive education is schooling for the vast majority of children within a mainstream system, where all children – including those with disabilities – are given the opportunity and support to learn together in the same classroom. Education for everyone Nine out of ten children with disabilities are out of school, and [...]