On the last Service Learning Day, the Ngungunhane group visited Maria Mae Pilar for some live music! On their way, the bus broke and panic made its way. Shortly lived though, because soon enough, everyone was out of the bus, battling the sand and making ends meet to get that bus on the road again! View the pictures below for some insight on this adventure! … Continue reading When Music Meets People
For our third the service learning day our group International Development visited another NGO: Coalizão. We were really well received and knew we would have a great and an enlightening day. We visited the Aeroporto neighbourhood, the Adeline market and Coalizão’s main office. It was really an effective learning experience for us all, as we became aware of the problems our community faces and how … Continue reading A Name, A Face and a Story
Today the International Development group went to Bairro de Chamanculo to visit one of our partners: “ASSCODECHA”. When we arrived, we were well received by the ASSCODECHA members who took us on a short tour around their center and gave us a brief overview of how they were organized and worked. After the tour, we were invited into a workshop room where we received a … Continue reading Becoming Open-Minded
During the Service Learning day on Friday the 17th of February, the All Nations children came to AISM since it is easier to play games and have fun new experiences here than for the AISM students to travel to the All Nations Houses in Matola which have limited space and equipment. For the first time ever, we were able to invite a second All Nations … Continue reading All Nations To New Heights!
It is one thing to read about the facts and statistics regarding heart disease from a book or a resource. It is another to learn about people diagnosed with the condition from the medics at ICOR. Casa Das Criancas provides the unique opportunity to the students at AISM to follow a child patient through the process of pre and post-surgery. Our goal is to learn … Continue reading Service Beyond Service Learning
International Development is a Service Learning project that provides the students with an opportunity to learn through meaningful service. The goal of the project is to learn from NGOs and assist them to improve their facilities by providing them feedback on how they operate. The goal of the project is to attempt to learn and understand the daily challenges that people of Mozambique face, and how … Continue reading The Power Of Grassroots Engagement