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Europe: Online English Learning Resources at the University

CompletedOctober 2017

Teachers at a University in the Ukraine are learning English using Skills For Hope’s Free online English learning resources. Learning English will assist the learners (who are all teachers) to achieve their academic and vocational goals and thus improve the quality of their lives. July 2017

UAE: Free English, Science and Computing Programs

Completed2013/2014

Programs Implemented included: Donation of Academic (English & Science) Text Books to St.Mary’s School, Free IELTS (International English Language Testing System) and TOEFL(Test of English as a Foreign Language) Prep Classes at Charity School and Scouts and Guides, TOEFL Books donated, free Virtual English Classes for Ladies, and free Microsoft courses for Ladies. Great Impact!

Tajikistan: On-line IELTS Prep Classes

CompletedOctober 2014

SFH volunteer teachers conducted free on-line IELTS Academic Prep Classes for students in Tajikistan. Individual and group tutorials, as well as co-teaching session (online teacher + teacher on-site) were conducted over several months. Great impact was achieved! All improved their English skills, & many got good IELTS scores that opened doors to universities and employment.

India: SFH provides academic skills development at High School

CompletedMay 2013

Skills for Hope donated a new computer server and photocopier to provide educational Skills Development at a Boys and Girls High School in Uttar Pradesh, India. These items will enable all the students to develop their computing skills and academic skills. What an immense impact both short term and long term this is having on students’ educational skills and employment potential! May/2013

India: Academic and IT skills development at Boys Hostel

CompletedDecember 2012

Skills for Hope donated 25 desktop computers and 5 UPS’s at a Boys Hostel/Home in Uttar Pradesh, India. The hostel is home to 143 boys in need who are well cared for by staff. By developing their educational skills, the boys are able to progress into good schools and colleges through scholarships.Communication with the staff is being maintained with positive feedback. December 2012