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Child development Activities

location_on Kakuma, Kenya

Prepare today's mind for the future

Academic activities are often not aimed at all-round development, and this is why every child needs to be involved in one Child development activities. Kids often also learn other important life skills such as teamwork, problem-solving skills and other things they will need to grow up into well-balanced adults.

Overview

HundrED has not validated this innovation

Anyone can submit their innovation to HundrED Open. All information on this page is provided by the innovator and has not been checked by HundrED. Innovation page has been created by Matabishi John on September 6th, 2021

2018

Established

4

Children/users

1

Countries
Organisation
Not-for-profit
Target group
Students
Updated
November 22nd, 2022
It's about time we build a sense of ownership in children for their creation. (Children 4 to 10)
CEO

About the innovation

Why did you create this innovation?

KVC has noticed that in Kakuma refugee camp and neighboring schools, children are not given this opportunity and therefore it is a problem that needs our attention. At Kakuma vocational Center we have realize that children have a greater need of being involved in Child development activities to enhance their teamwork and problem-solving skills and boosting their ability to think critically.

How does your innovation work in practice?

Child Development Activities is a physical learning tool that helps children organise their ideas and construct new knowledge. Embracing the concept of scaffolding, the methodology enables children to transform their thoughts into the problem solving. The process provides a child with a visual structure helping them generate and produce a good idea.

How has it been spreading?

This project aims to bring together all children of a certain age in order to give them Emotional support after school or while they are in the community.
The beneficiaries of this Project are children from 4 to 8 years old, boys and girls from different nationalities, different categories and vulnerable which will constitute clubs in different areas of Kakuma Refugee Camp which are blocks, schools and Host community.
For the number, each club will have 21 children per club in 4 clubs that will have 120 children in two months. It just means that in a year we will have formed 30 clubs which will give the total of 504 children per year in 3years will have the total of 1,512 children.

If I want to try it, what should I do?

Matabishi Narukako John

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