CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Tehila specializes in dynamic and interactive training. They develop bespoke training when needed. Where possible Tehila ‘train trainers’, to ensure an empowering, relevant, locally-led and sustainable experience. Tehila engages children and young people, enabling their views to shape Tehila’s programmes. Additionally, Tehila trains and recruit Child Protection Activists who offer support for individual children who have experienced abuse. They provide emotional support to the child and family, help the victim report to the police, access medical care and where applicable attend court.
Tehila stands with others to campaign for the protection of children at a local and national level.
At Little Explorers Tehila ensures that child protection rights are upheld and our teachers’ in turn volunteer during term holidays to promote the Tehila cause. Our teachers will get regular child protection training from Tehila which will really help them make a better and safe environment at Little Explorers.
Africa Revolution is a grassroots organization in Zambia bringing the love of Jesus to the least and lost. Daniel and Andrea Kaiser teach a Gap Year program to orphans and vulnerable children who have completed grade 12. They establish a foundation of the gospel through teaching the Father Heart of God, Orphan Heart Characteristics, Biblical Worldview, Idols, Suffering and the Gospel, and Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. Mentoring is offered alongside the interactive teaching to help students process how the material impacts their walk with Christ. Discipleship and sharing the love of Jesus is the focus of everything they do. After the Gap Year training is completed, the Kaisers connect them with internships and job opportunities.
Little Explorers will be giving internship opportunities to students enrolled in the GAP Year program. The students will have an opportunity to come and work with our well trained staff at Little Explorers. That will give them an opportunity to get hands on experience with early learning and child development.
The Reading Box
The Reading Box aims to encourage a love of books and reading in Zambian children, through providing access to a wide range of reading materials. Reading box seeks to develop questioning, enquiry and discussion, which are vital life skills. This will lead to improved literacy, enhanced life skills and greater opportunities. At the same time, the Reading box team would seek to model good literacy teaching, and reading skills, encouraging Zambian teachers and other adults to develop their own love of books, and giving them the skills necessary to share their love of reading with many more Zambian children.
Teachers from Little Explorers will volunteer at the Reading Box during school holidays. Each teacher dedicates a total of 5 hours during each holiday to teach children in Bauleni compound and any other areas needed by the Reading Box.