Progress History

Special schools and/or projects are being established in selected communities to carry out the mission of the organization.  The initial project began in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in September 2004 with the establishment of Intelligentsia Academy.  More than 90% of the children who enrolled in the first year did not speak any English at all. By June 2006 all the children, aged 4 to 6 years, could speak, read and write English at their grade level. They could compute simple addition and subtraction problems. They were also learning to read and write Amharic, the official language in Ethiopia.  Unfortunately, circumstances beyond our control compelled the management to close down Intelligentia Academy in July 2007.

Currently, Furra Model Academy (FUMA) in Hawassa, Ethiopia, the School for the Blind in Akropong-Akwapim, Ghana, and the Simon Basic School, Kingston, Jamaica have all received various levels of support and are each working in partnership with CITA Foundation (Education for the Under-Privileged) to accomplish their missions. The construction of Akyeremade Children’s Home and Learning Center, (ACHLC), an orphan facility, is in progress in Akyeremade, near Kumasi, Ghana. As of the end of 2019, the rear classroom block is completed and connected by corridor to the front block which is at foundation stage. A water tank has also been installed and a toilet/bathroom wing completed. A wall has also been erected around the school and the compound paved.  With additional resources, playground equipment will be purchased and installed while final finishing works such as landscaping and power connections are finalized.     

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