ALTERNATIVE ENERGY RESEARCH/ PRIMARY EDUCATION-ONE SCHOOL AT A TIME PROGRAM¦ CONSIDER:
Many children cannot afford to go or stay in primary school. Primary school enrolmentsand literacy rates in Africa are among the lowest in the world. 42 million school children in sub-Saharan Africa is not enrolled in school. So this is why for the last 10 years we have used a portion of our profits to renovate one primary school at a time in Africa and use goats as a sustainability micro business for carvers in Indonesia.and literacy rates in Africa are among the lowest in the world. 42 million school children in sub-Saharan Africa is not enrolled in school. So this is why for the last 10 years we have used a portion of our profits to renovate one primary school at a time in Africa and use goats as a micro business for carvers in Indonesia.and literacy rates in Africa are among the lowest in the world. 42 million school children in sub-Saharan Africa is not enrolled in school. So this is why for the last 10 years we have used a portion of our profits to one primary school at a time in Africa and use goats as a sustainability micro business for carvers in Indonesia.
This program focuses on selling unique products from the around the world. Grade school through University level students can use our program at no cost to the school or school organization. This program is used to teach student basic sales, marketing, organizing, philanthropic and communication skills. They will be selling handmade unique products bought at a fair trade price and 50% of the profits will go towards their school program or activity and a percentage of the proceeds will go to help build primary schools in Africa. Another beneficiary they will help to support the artisans in each of our focus regions. In this program E Trading Network will supply the goods and the training to the school teacher, club or program. We will supply you with catalogs; flyers and access to our website to sell products for you school or group. There will be opportunities at the high school and university level to integrate this to the Internship program.
Using Trade to promote sustainable development is timely considering the U.S. has extended major trade legislation, (AGOA) to make it easier for sub-Saharan African countries and Caribbean nations to sell their goods in the United States.
Â We specialise in the importation of following product categories, Furniture, Home Furnishings & Office Furniture, Baskets & Musical Instruments, Handcrafted Arts, Clothing & Textiles, Music, Gold Jewellery, Seafood, Beer, Agriculture, Chocolates and Special Orders. Global connects small stores, chain stores and interior designers to the worldwide market, enabling them to offer their clients the most unique products available. We are passionate about fair trade through: âprofit sharingâ, re-establishing trade routes, encouraging creative talents of skilled crafts people and promoting a responsible corporate culture.
Our Mission is to assist manufacturers, wholesalers and storefronts run their business faster, simpler and more efficient by providing a single source for unique, hard to find products from around the world.
The brick & mortar of Global is the acquirement of chain stores and storefronts accounts at Gift shows and Trade shows throughout the United States and Europe. Global applies the latest Technology, Management Systems, Software, and E-commerce to the Global Import Market. The new technologies solve traditional import business challenges such as communication between buyers and sellers, language barriers, currency conversion, tracking systems, real-time communication, and product sourcing.
AFRICAN STUDIES INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN CULTURE
Topics include: (1) The African Wine Industry: History of Wine Making, (2) African Music: Township Music Styles, Traditional Musical Instruments in Africa, The Role of Music and Dance in Rituals in Africa; and (3) Studies and Issues in African and African Art: Traditionalism in Africa, Art and Material Culture Past and Present, Negotiating Identities in Post-Colonial Africa. Excursions to museums, wine estates and historic sites.
Africans: Languages and Culture African Languages for Beginners
Basic Greeting for foreigners. Enables students to listen with growing comprehension to everyday social conversation, speak and develop vocabulary as well as read basic Signs.
A communicative approach develops the language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing, within a cultural context. Students learn the basics of the African languages and culture
HUMANITARIAN TOURISM AND STUDY ABROAD /SERVICE LEARING
In these programs participants can join us in Africa, assisting with the renovation of primary schools in rural and or impoverish areas. We have been working on our One School at a time program renovating primary schools from the ground up. Student can help by bringing supplies, participating in class room activities, developing a program, grant writing, web site building, and many other areas. They will also have plenty of time to tour the country and enjoy the sights and people.