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Big success education for the poor women and children

The Women Care Group101 free education center for women and children hope to promote the personal growth and development of women in local communities irrespective of color religion or statues. The Organization will improve the overall livelihood of women by using education as a way of improving the lives of poor women the society at large. The Organization shall be teaching beginners English language and beginners writing skills, computer and other courses.

The objective is
• To establish library and reading rooms in needy communities.

• To create a healing learning centre for teenage girls about safe sex and unwanted pregnancy and abuse etc.

• To help and generate training programme for self employment of women and educated unemployed people and to work for adult education.

• To educate the people for adoption of the good norms of a good citizenship and to teach the people the benefits of ideas of national unity.

• To make women become more entrepreneurs and enterprising in whatever they do.

• To improve their livelihood

• To empower women and young women through skill training.

• To educate women to be self conscious and fully aware of their right and privileges in the society

• To help the children become future leaders

Staff and Organizational Information and achievement
We hope to achieve this through our passion to help the poor women and The Big Success Education Center for the poor! Program is based on the latest research on effective reading instruction by teaching them the entire general curriculum we hope this will increase their reading speed and comprehension, which will help them obtain classroom subject proficiency. Our teachers are voluntary teachers and passionate and dedicated teams who believe that helping the poor makes life better! They are well mannered and well organized. Women Care Group101 believes in equal opportunity for all. Our teachers are from different Nationality who has one vision to teach the poor for free!

Program Description.
The Organization will be teaching the women and children standard education through utilization of eight (8-plus General awareness issues on health, climate, abuse, sex etc..) basic courses which are English, Math, Social Studies, Science, History, and Economics and computer course.

Women Care Group101 will carry out a well disciplined program thereby women and children will be encouraged to learn basic hygiene during the course of their study. Textbooks and writing materials will be provided; there will be a minimum of two- four voluntary teachers. The learning period will begin in the morning from around 8am. There will be Short breaks that will be lasting for an hour. Overall duration of the teaching including break shall be 7 hours. Voluntary teachers shall work with each other as team.

Methods and duration
The English course shall be the first followed by math before the rest of the courses durations of each course shall be 1 hour or more, additional minutes might be added when necessary.

There will be a general meeting every last day of the month within the teaching days. Volunteers, women and children will be encouraged to participate in the meeting. All issues will be addressed at the meeting.

Standardized reading and writing tests will be conducted at the start of the Big Success Education Center for the poor! program and again at the end of the school year to determine increases in reading speed and comprehension. However teachers will be testing students occasional and will be correcting errors to encourage learning efficiency. Additionally, those students with ADD will be tested to determine increased reading attention rates.

Assignments and points
Assignments shall be giving at every last day of the week of the teaching days, the assignments will carry points and the best student shall be awarded with a good grade and gifts at the graduation. This is to encourage them to become active and take their studies more seriously.

Activities and expectancy
Expected Period to introduce improvement Test -1 Month
Expected Period to introduce Computer course – 3 Months
Expected Period to introduce debate, essay and writing skills -6 Months
Training Session for Teachers – 2weeks
Expected Period to introduce Student forum and seminar – 6 months
Test Initial Reading Speed – 3 Months
Expected Period to introduce English drama and play– 3 Months
Expected Period to Prepare Results – 3 Months
Goals & Objectives
Big Success Education Center for the poor! Project is to enable at risk students and students with learning and reading disabilities to improve their reading skills to the point where they can succeed in school and develop the reading skills that will prepare them for high school and post secondary education. Studies have shown that poor readers, who are reading at a grade level or more behind, are more likely to be disruptive in the classroom, truant from school, and at risk of dropping out of high school.

The main objectives include:
1. Providing a measurable increase in reading speed, comprehension, and reading attention span.

The objective is that the students will double their reading speed and increase their reading skills by one to two grade levels by the end of the school year.

2. Enabling poor readers to access the general curriculum through the use of assistive reading technology to scan and read their textbooks and other classroom materials.

3. Providing learning disabled students with a multi-sensory reading alternative that will help them increase their reading speed to the point they can read on their own.

4. Helping learning and reading disabled students stay in their regular classroom with their peers, so they can continue learning in a least restrictive environment.

Courses and books 

Courses: English/Math/Social studies/History/Health and general issues e.g Child abuse, teen-pregnancy, HIV-AIDS awareness.
English : Pronunciation, Speaking, writing, Spelling, History, etc..
General Courses: Child abuse, teen-pregnancy, HIV-AIDS awareness ec.

Books: American /British English books/History and Health books etc…


Is Abortion Right?

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Recently we created a discussion forum Captioned ” Is Abortion Right”, And we received different views from our members and fans. Here is the actual fact of abortion and statistics.

In the world today 17 out of 18 nations polled around the world, majorities reject using criminal penalties, such as fines and imprisonment, as a means to prevent abortion.

Nations differ on whether the government should make any effort to discourage abortion. In nine nations majorities believe their government should simply leave these matters to individuals.

Seven nations favor government efforts to discourage abortions, but in only one–Indonesia–does a majority endorse their government using criminal penalties. The other six that favor government efforts are divided between minorities who favor criminal penalties and who favor only non-punitive government efforts to discourage abortion, such as education, counseling and adoption services.

In seven nations the public is at odds with their country’s laws. Contrary to their public’s preferences, there are criminal penalties for abortion in Egypt, Iran, Mexico, Nigeria, the Palestinian Territories, Poland and South Korea.

On average across all 18 countries, 52 percent favor leaving the matter of abortion to the individual, while 42 percent think their government should try to discourage abortions. Those who back government efforts include 18 percent who support criminal enforcement, while 23 percent favor education, counseling, and adoption services but not criminal enforcement.

“While it does appear that many people around the world are uncomfortable with abortion, few think that the government should use punitive means to try to prevent it,” said Steven Kull, director of “Clearly many governments around the world using criminal penalties to try to prevent abortions are out of step with their publics.” is a collaborative research project of research centers from around the world, managed by the Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA) at the University of Maryland.

Interviews with 18,465 respondents were conducted in 18 countries representing 59 percent of the world’s population. This includes most of the largest countries in the world–China, India, the United States, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Russia–as well as Mexico, Britain, France, Poland, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Egypt, Iran, Turkey, the Palestinian Territories, Thailand and South Korea. The survey was fielded between Jan. 10 and May 6. Margins of error range from +/-2 to 4 percent.

The survey asked respondents whether they thought “the government should be involved in trying to discourage abortions” or whether it “should leave these matters to the individual.” Those who said the government should be involved in discouraging abortions were then asked if it should “use methods of criminal enforcement, such as fines and imprisonment for people who give or receive abortions” or whether it should “use such methods as education, counseling, and adoption services, but not criminal enforcement.”

In nine of the 18 nations, a majority says the government should leave these matters to the individual. This includes countries where abortion is legal: France (95%), Great Britain (81%), the United States (69%), Ukraine (70%), Russia (62%), and China (67%).

But it also includes three countries with highly restrictive laws: two predominantly Catholic countries–Poland (66%) and Mexico (70%, though laws in Mexico have been liberalizing)–as well as South Korea (62%). In all nine of these countries, fewer than ten percent favor criminal enforcement.

Majorities in seven countries favor government efforts to discourage abortions, though only one supports criminal enforcement. The largest majority is in Indonesia, where nine out of ten (89%) back government efforts, including 60 percent who favor criminal enforcement.

In the other six nations majorities favor government efforts to discourage abortion, but not criminal penalties: Nigerians (84% government efforts/42% criminal penalties), Thais (66%/ 27%), Palestinians (57%/ 25%), Iranians (55%/ 11%), Egyptians (53%/ 45%), and Indians (53%/ 26%).

Views are divided between those who favor and oppose government intervention in Azerbaijan and Turkey. Small minorities favor criminal enforcement.

For the sample as a whole there is substantial variation by religion. Christians express the most liberal views: 65 percent favor leaving the decision to individuals while just 8 percent support criminal penalties. Muslims show the highest support for government efforts to discourage abortion (59%), including 31 percent favoring criminal enforcement.

The intensity of religiosity is also related to attitudes. Support for government involvement increases from 25 percent among those who are not at all religious to 65 percent among those who are very religious. Even among those who are very religious, however, just 32 percent favor criminal penalties. Only in Indonesia does this subgroup have a majority favoring criminal enforcement, though nearly half of very religious Palestinians (48%) do.Support for leaving the matter to the individual rises with education, from 46 percent among those with less than a high school education to 60 percent among college graduates. Income follows a similar pattern: opposition to government intervention rises from 43 percent among those with low incomes to 63 percent among those with high incomes.

Interestingly, opposition to government involvement increases with age. Among those ages 18-29, views are divided between those who oppose government involvement (46%) and those who favor it (48%), though only 21 percent back criminal penalties. Opposition rises progressively so that 61 percent of those ages 60 and above oppose government involvement.

Interestingly, though abortion is often framed as a women’s rights issue, there are no significant differences between men and women.

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Lifestyle in the province

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Women give away their kids because they couldn’t provide for them. Sadly they end up never setting their eyes on their kids again. Something can be done to stop this they need support and micro loans to help them set up the business of their choices besides that we are planning of setting up a school and education center for the youths to encourage them learn various skills that would help them be dependable on themselves .