During the course of 2017 and 2018, Findlay & Niemeyer funded 28 Good Work Foundation (GWF) Bridging Academy learners.
GWF is addressing a need to improve access to education, personal development and the global stage in rural Africa, with a view to maximize reach from independently managed hubs of digital education. The organization has been developing a model of locally managed Digital Learning Campuses (or “hubs”) that improve an individual’s ability to operate the 21st Century “languages of access” – digital, English and self-creativity.
The aim of each Digital Learning Campus is to:
Some links that further explain the GWF model and operations:
Story GWF Student: Khutso Ndlovu
Comments from the students funded by Findlay & Niemeyer:
Laster: “I love studying at GWF. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to study.”
Forgive: “I love learning at GWF. It offers more opportunities to further your studies or get a skilled for a job.”
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