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Wheelchair Basketball in Laos: Through the Athlete's Eyes
Description: This short movie is a collaboration between World Education's TEAM project and our sub-recipient, Asian Development with Disabled Persons (ADDP-Japan). The film showcases the incredible talents of both a female and male athlete, depicting a glimpse of what it's like to be an athlete, so that everyone can appreciate the dedication and hard work it takes to become a great player. The movie shows that anyone can be a successful athlete. It conveys the message that sports help people realize their hidden potential and they should believe in the possibility within themselves. The movie was produced, filmed, and directed by Anysay Keola from Lao New Wave Cinema, a Laotian film company. To learn more about the wheelchair basketball program and other initiatives by World Education's TEAM project in Laos, please visit: laos.worlded.org/projects/team/
  20 Jun 2017   3m57s 0 40 0
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Shared Reading in Cambodia
Description: World Education is implementing early literacy programming across Siem Reap, Kampong Thom, and Battambang provinces in Cambodia through the McGovern-Dole Food For Education project. Learn more at bit.ly/WorldEducationCambodia_FFE. Read about World Education's work in Cambodia at www.cambodia.worlded.org.
  04 Jun 2017   7m55s 0 61 0
Independent Writing
Description: World Education is implementing early literacy programming across Siem Reap, Kampong Thom, and Battambang provinces in Cambodia through the McGovern-Dole Food For Education project. Learn more at bit.ly/WorldEducationCambodia_FFE. Read about World Education's work in Cambodia at www.cambodia.worlded.org.
  04 Jun 2017   9m50s 0 38 0
How to Tell a Story
Description: World Education is implementing early literacy programming across Siem Reap, Kampong Thom, and Battambang provinces in Cambodia through the McGovern-Dole Food For Education project. Learn more at bit.ly/WorldEducationCambodia_FFE. Read about World Education's work in Cambodia at www.cambodia.worlded.org.
  04 Jun 2017   6m30s 0 33 0
Grade 3 Pupil Led Reading
Description: World Education is implementing early literacy programming across Siem Reap, Kampong Thom, and Battambang provinces in Cambodia through the McGovern-Dole Food For Education project. Learn more at bit.ly/WorldEducationCambodia_FFE. Read about World Education's work in Cambodia at www.cambodia.worlded.org.
  04 Jun 2017   3m59s 0 32 0
Grade 2 Pupil Led Reading
Description: World Education is implementing early literacy programming across Siem Reap, Kampong Thom, and Battambang provinces in Cambodia through the McGovern-Dole Food For Education project. Learn more at bit.ly/WorldEducationCambodia_FFE. Read about World Education's work in Cambodia at www.cambodia.worlded.org.
  04 Jun 2017   3m31s 0 29 0
Grade 1 Pupil Led Reading
Description: World Education is implementing early literacy programming across Siem Reap, Kampong Thom, and Battambang provinces in Cambodia through the McGovern-Dole Food For Education project. Learn more at bit.ly/WorldEducationCambodia_FFE. Read about World Education's work in Cambodia at www.cambodia.worlded.org.
  04 Jun 2017   8m6s 0 45 0
Developing Reading Comprehension
Description: World Education is implementing early literacy programming across Siem Reap, Kampong Thom, and Battambang provinces in Cambodia through the McGovern-Dole Food For Education project. Learn more at bit.ly/WorldEducationCambodia_FFE. Read about World Education's work in Cambodia at www.cambodia.worlded.org.
  04 Jun 2017   8m36s 0 43 0
Comprehension Activity
Description: World Education is implementing early literacy programming across Siem Reap, Kampong Thom, and Battambang provinces in Cambodia through the McGovern-Dole Food For Education project. Learn more at bit.ly/WorldEducationCambodia_FFE. Read about World Education's work in Cambodia at www.cambodia.worlded.org.
  04 Jun 2017   13m14s 0 35 0
Expanded Integrated Management of Pediatric HIV and AIDS Care and Treatment (E-IMPACT)
Description: Since 2010, Bantwana’s Integrated Management of Pediatric HIV and AIDS Care and Treatment (IMPACT) program has ensured that HIV-infected children in Zimbabwe receive treatment and follow-up care immediately after HIV testing. Under the Expanded IMPACT Program (E-IMPACT), even more HIV positive children are being reached with critical care. Learn more here: http://bantwana.org/where-we-work/zimbabwe/vana-bantwana/impact/
  26 Apr 2017   8m18s 1 19 0
E-IMPACT Early Childhood Stimulation Program
Description: Virtually all new HIV infections among infants in Zimbabwe acquire HIV from their HIV-infected mothers during pregnancy, birth, or breastfeeding (mother-to-child transmission). Since 2010, Bantwana’s IMPACT program has ensured that HIV-infected children in Zimbabwe receive treatment and follow-up care immediately after HIV testing. Under the Expanded IMPACT Program (E-IMPACT), even more HIV-positive children are being reached with critical care. While designing and implementing the Expanded IMPACT model in Zimbabwe, WEI/Bantwana recognized a gap in early childhood care and development, especially for HIV-exposed infants. Therefore, under Expanded IMPACT, WEI/Bantwana piloted an ECS component through a randomized control trial (RCT). The RCT was designed to evaluate the significance of a WEI/Bantwana-developed ECS parenting curriculum on HIV adherence for mothers and their babies, as well as the cognitive, emotional, and developmental progress of the child. Although the RCT is not yet complete, the ECS curriculum and interventions were well received and WEI/Bantwana is utilizing the curriculum across more programs, notably DREAMS. Results expected late 2017.
  26 Apr 2017   4m27s 1 14 0
"What did we learn in school today?"
Description: The Bantwana Initiative and the Swaziland Ministry of Education and Training have developed an HIV-focused Life Skills Education Program. The program educates secondary school students on healthy living, HIV prevention, critical thinking, and decision-making. Today, more than 80,000 youth are being reached with HIV Life Skills Education each year. Learn more by watching the full film here: https://youtu.be/M5vVPtB_gYU Special thanks to: Swaziland Ministry of Education and Training; OSISA; UNICEF; UNESCO; Global Fund; CANGO; the Guidance and Counseling Panel, Toa Stappard, and all the schools, teachers, parents, and students in the program.
  30 Mar 2017   2m51s 3 106 0