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GS Ngehndzen

In December 14th 2015 Muutos For kids partnered with Word Alive Ministry International to donated exercise books, pencils, calculators and pens to teachers, children who have been in school but have no books and pencils. The team arrived GS Ngehndzen at 9;30am and were received in the office of the head teacher where the team explained their reason for visiting the school. The team was made up of the senior pastor of Word Alive Ministry International  Apostle Wirsiy Keith Lishishar, Assistant pastor Wirnkar Evans, Pastor Timothy and Wirsiy John Bongkiyii CEO of Muutos For Kids. The explanation of the visit was... Read More

IPS IPNS Mbveh report

On the 4th of March 2016 Muutos For kids paid a visit to IPS/IPNS Mbveh which was aimed at encouraging schools to set up libraries and taking to teachers about the importance and need to treat children with love. The team from Muutos lead by Wirsiy John bongkiyii had a session with the head teacher of the school for over 30 minutes on treating children with care the center of this session was the fact that children turn to understand more when they are taught by the ones they love more that those they are scared of or those... Read More

Muutos visited CS Mbveh

On the 5th of June 2016 a team from Muutos visited CS/CNS Mbveh to talk about the importance of quality education which is goal number 4 of the SDGs to the Head teacher and how it was important that at local levels steps should be taken towards the attainment of that goal. The main reason of the teams’ visit was to encourage schools to set up libraries that will be containing a variety of books to benefit over 300 pupils for that year and expecting to benefit over 1200 pupils in 4years. On the 10th of June 2016 the team... Read More

Parenting Workshop in Kwanso

Parenting Workshop in Kwanso in Organised by Muutos For Kids and CAMICS On October 19 2017, Muutos For Kids in partnership with CAMICS micro finance organised a parenting workshop to teach parent beneficiaries of CAMICS’ loan program how to use the proceeds they get from the loans to build better families are be better parents to their kids by doing right/better investments in their children. This project had as target 50 parents which we succeeded in registering 50 parents for the program. During this workshop, the participants were taught how to properly manage the loan they take and not using... Read More

Report of PS Mbve Library

On the 18th of January 2016 a team from Muutos visited PS/PNS Mbveh to talk about the importance of quality education which is goal number 4 of the SDGs to the Head teacher and how it was important that at local levels steps should be taken towards the attainment of that goal. The main reason of the teams’ visit was to encourage schools to set up libraries that will be containing a variety of books to benefit over 250 pupils for that year and expecting to benefit over 1000 pupils in 4years. On the 24th of January 2016 the team... Read More

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 respect. Read More

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 grown waiting for your name to be called as one of the successful candidates and at the end you don’t... Read More

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 has sped up over the past generation; technology has gotten more complicated, ideas more complex. Why not introduce harder concepts at... Read More