Project TEN creates sustainable projects in developing communities. In each of our centers, we work closely with local partners. We value humility, providing assistance that the community wants. We know that understanding the local culture is a long process.
In order to promote informal education we initiate the following projects in our centers around the world:
Project TEN volunteer projects take place predominantly in the community of Pluma Hildalgo. Our aim is to empower and support the local community through self-sufficiency, health education and informal programming for the community's youth.
Education Projects in Oaxaca include:
- Establish a leadership youth movement that educate to young leadership in the communities.
- Creating educational programs in relevant subjects to complement the communities’ educational system.
- Engage the leadership movement in our educational programs in the communities and capacitate them with the abilities to lead it.
- Provides access to information (computers & internet) in the communities.
- Establish management in the leadership movement for autonomy continuity.
Project TEN volunteers in Gondar work to increase the resilience of local communities in the field of education, agriculture and health.
Education Projects in Gondar include:
- Young Engineers - enrichment program, designed by an Israeli company, which provides knowledge and practical implementation in science and technology through Lego.
- Computer lessons for kids - TEN volunteers teach basic computer skills to groups of children.
- Computer lessons for adults – sessions are provided for school teachers, as well as local workers involved in areas such as tourism.
- English classes for children, taught according to the national curriculum.
- Bridge of Hope - enrichment activities for orphaned children.
- ADMAS Leadership Group - young adults, who stand out intellectually and academically in their schools are provided with sessions to cultivate their leadership potential and implement community activities.
Project TEN volunteers in Winneba work to increase the resilience of local communities in the field of education, agriculture and health.
Education Projects in Winneba include:
- Women's empowerment - helping female entrepreneurs create businesses and identify areas for growth.
- Facilitating after-school sports programs for children.
- Volunteering in the after-school and evening programs at the Challenging Heights School: tutoring, homework center, teaching, cultural programs, music programs, and more.
- Teaching computer skills (hardware/software) to young people ages 16 to 24, to strengthen their employment skills and independence.
Project TEN volunteers in Namulanda work to increase the resilience of local communities in the field of education, agriculture and health.
Education Projects in Namulanda include:
- Muse Uganda – Arts Educational Center is an innovative educational program for disadvantaged youth. The program is based on cutting-edge Ugandan and Israeli knowledge and experience in the areas of arts education, social entrepreneurship and social responsibility.
- The program also includes a boarding school facility providing the youth with a safe and protective home during their study period and an adjacent medical clinic.
- Little Light - Empowerment work with a group of youth and women at a community center.
- Leadership Group - Young adults, who stand out intellectually and academically in their schools are provided with sessions to cultivate their leadership potential and implement community activities.
- Working in Kindergardens and Elementary Schools with young children.
- Come True - Working with Sudanese Refugees
Project TEN volunteers in Harduf implement projects within Kibbutz Harduf and the surrounding Bedouin communities of Kaabiya and Zarzir. Our goal is to promote coexistence between these distinct communities while providing them with opportunities for ecological living and informal educational programming.
Education Projects in Harduf include:
- English classes for elementary school children in Kaabiya and Zarzir.
- Learning English as a third language (after Arabic and Hebrew).
- English helps them get into university and future jobs.
- Work with adults with special needs in Beit Elisha, rehabilitative community in Harduf.
- Special needs working with adults in stables, ceramics, vegetable garden and bakery that they run. Creates personal connections with the residents of Beit Elisha and the wider community.
- Beit Tuvia – working with children and youth at-risk who have been removed from their homes. Mostly English classes.