Situation: Authorities and the community continue to face the political, economic and social consequences of the devastating war which occurred during 1992-1995.
Impact: The education system has not changed and teaching methods have not evolved. Children in rural areas have lower attendance rates and disabled children have limited access.
Response: This project targeted areas with fewer facilities to provide smartboards for classrooms. Helping to advance children’s learning with updated technology, instilling confidence in children and equipping them with knowledge and life skills.
Ten of the most vulnerable students were provided with scholarships to support their learning and help transform their communities.
“My name is Ema Klapuh and I am a student in the second grade of the First Bosniak Gymnasium. I think I can speak for everyone in our school when I say that the smart boards have been delivered to us and they are very helpful. As a Cambridge program student, I find these smart boards very useful as we can revise our lectures like chemistry, mathematics and physics. We want to thank you for this great improvement in our school. Blackboards are used in a variety of ways, and the biggest advantage is the enhanced interactivity between students as well as teachers and students. Amazing color displays with pictures and graphics are really a huge advantage over classic chalkboards and an incredible improvement in the teaching process.”
The difference between IWF and other organisations is that IWF will invest your donations and bring a sustainable return year on year and serve people indefinitely.
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