Offer low-cost computer classes for adults and children
Okyeame Dankwa Community Memorial Library Provide library facilities and resources to the Worawora community to enhance their knowledge Offer Family Literacy programs where children come for reading and homework assistance Invite members in the community to come and give talks about their work and careers
Cultural Enrichment and Service Learning Connect universities, organizations and individuals to Ghana to learn Ghanaian culture Contribute to the development of rural communities through service learning opportunities Opportunity to live and interact with community members Learn the causes of poverty and appreciate the strong spirit of perseverance of Ghanaians Gain life-changing experiences
Adult Education and Micro-Enterprise Provide education materials, training and resources to adults who are developing literacy skills Provide start-up funds to literacy groups to initiate income-generating projects
Community Health Outreach Partner with nursing programs in the U.S. to collaborate with local health facilities Create opportunities for health care professionals to provide community health outreach and donate medical supplies and equipment Collaborate with Unite for Sight and Crystal Eye Clinic to offer eye screening services to Worawora and the surrounding villages Assist high-risk patients to travel to Accra for low-cost surgery at Crystal Eye Clinic
Computer Literacy Center Offer low-cost computer classes for adults and children
CIDI - Community and Individual Development Initiative Sponsor scholarship to needed students to attend College or University Foster and encourage community service participatory
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Joanna Masingila is a professor of mathematics and mathematics education. She is also the Dean of the School of Education at Syracuse University. She has traveled to a number of countries on the African continent, including Ghana and has worked extensively in Kenya in the areas of development and teacher education.