“Giving Pupils The Awareness To Make Their Own Decisions”
Trustee Charles Macharia is a trained social worker, Trainer and got a certificate in counseling , diploma in social work and bachelor degree in Community development.
Our life skills program runs in schools, camps and vocational bible sessions. We also use board games and puppet shows to teach good morals and life skills. Charles Macharia has organized several counseling sessions with intern students from local universities in many schools MASH Foundation operates in.
Charles believes there is a particular need for training on academic study skills, sex education, drug abuse and giving emotional support to pupils.
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THE MASH FOUNDATION BOARD GAMES FOR CHILDREN
The MASH Foundation trust board games teach on dangers of drug abuse, Health living , safety rules, Study skills and good morals.View Video above to get full details on these board games
These game kits are printed in booklet size, A4 and A3 size. Children from ages 6 and above can use these Board games. Board games can be used in groups 5 pupils for A4 size or Max 10 pupils for A3 size.
pupils at Kenyatta primary schools playing during abuse ludo game after having life skills sessions.
Topics taught in life skills program
Values, self esteem, Assertiveness, decision making, Study skills, Heroes, Responsibility. Mentor-ship, risks of drug abuse and others listed on our Life skills manual approved by Ministry of Education
SPONSOR LIFE SKILLS PROGRAM IN SCHOOLS
Sponsor a counseling session in schools of choice from list. 1 hour training session would cost from $ 11, Four sessions in a week would cost $ 44 per and $ 2890 per year . The program seeks to reach out to pupils in primary schools or institutions from ages 6 to 14 years .
Sponsors will get free access to report and up dates on event fro our website.