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Primary school teacher incorporates health-focused educational media in her classroom With the help of a giraffe, education in Ethiopia is reaching new heights. After more than eight years of teaching, Abeba Eyasu, a primary school teacher at Addis Ababa Bole Gerji Primary School, was surprised to learn through a USAID-sponsored program that children’s learning is
Healthy Whiz Kids episodes and books are now being widely distributed through partnering organizations. Thousands more children under the age of eight can now enjoy and be inspired by twelve story books that weave tales touching on thirty-nine health topics and other child development issues in different centers such as orphanages home village, orphanage schools and
In 2015, during the close out of the first round Tsehai Loves Learning –Healthy Whiz Kids project a research was conducted in collaboration with the Blue Butterfly to measure impact of the project. Findings of the research showed that the television episodes of the Tsehai Loves Learning- Healthy Whiz Kids program doubled children’s health knowledge.
Whiz Kids Workshop Partners with Amhara Mass Media Agency Whiz Kids Workshop is delighted to begin its partnership with the Amhara Mass Media Agency which began on August 6th, 2016. Tsehai Loves Learning is now airing on Amhara TV and Radio Network in addition to airing on Ethiopian Broadcasting Cooperation’s network channel EBC3. Through the
Over 12,000 children and parents have received health education at Tsehai Resource Centers In August of 2015, Whiz Kids Workshop (WKW) developed a Community Resource Center in order to provide a place where families could gain knowledge about health related topics through play. This action was a part of the Healthy Whiz Kids (HWK) initiative.
Using the media to build a positive image for Healthy Whiz Kids Whiz Kids Workshop has launched an advertisement campaign which can make Healthy Whiz Kids a well-known project. The first step was setting up interviews with famous radio shows around the city, in search of a good radio show that can build a positive