|Visiting the World

GREAT WAY TO HONOR YOUR MOTHER!

How amazing would it be to honor your mom this Mother's Day by giving a gift in her name and empowering a mother of one of our students? Here is how it works: Select an amount below and complete the online donation form. Email info@seedsofafrica.org and let us know you have given in honor of your mom. We will email [...]

Atti’s Update from Ethiopia

Dear Seeds Family,   Last month I returned to Ethiopia to see our programs in action. I visited our school, engaged with our students and met with her. We all have a her in our lives, she’s a mother, an aunt, a grandmother, women who sacrifice themselves so that we can have the best and be the best! [...]

Audre Rae Krull

Audre Rae Krull, an American photographer, brought cameras and used them to teach our students how to observe the world around them and capture it on film.  She also took beautiful photos of Adama and the Take-Root Center that have since been exhibited in Chicago, Madison, on our website and may soon be exhibited in [...]

François Girard Garci

2013, François Girard Garci, a French violinist worked with Luthiers sans Frontières (“Violins without Borders”) to have child-sized violins donated. He provided violin lessons and performed for our students.

Luke Bassuener

Luke Bassuener, an elementary school art teacher and returned peace corps volunteer, from Madison, Wisconsin, captured students' music and made music videos. Luke worked at a high school in Ghana and created a music video with students as part of a music collective.

Amber Collins on Visiting the World Through Teaching

From August 10th to 18th, the Take Root Center will welcome the next Visiting the World participant, Amber Collins, a native Texan turned New Yorker. A former public relations professional and 2011 Miss New York USA, Amber decided to transition to a career that focused on children, and she earned her master’s degree in early [...]

Angie Parker

Angie Parker, professional makeup artist, and her daughter, Marley Parker, led a two week summer camp which mainly focused on arts and crafts such as painting, knitting, coal drawing, clay and creative sports.  

Peace Corps & Centre for Creative Leadership Volunteers

Peace Corps and Centre for Creative Leadership Volunteers conducted various workshops including WASH, Conflict Resolution, yoga, composting and planting, health and team building workshops.

Amber Collins

Amber Collins, an NYU graduate in Childhood and Special Education, led several projects. She brainstormed with the teaching team various teaching methods to target auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learners as well as classroom management techniques. Amber also worked with the early childhood teachers to learn about their methods for teaching phonics and teach a series [...]

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