The central part of Philippines suffered a wide-ranged damage by typhoon Haiyan on November 8. Due to the vast devastation and the magnitude of this disaster, Amity responded immediately to the request for help of our partner organization in the Philippines KAISA Para Sa Kaunlaran.
Providing information and material about AIDS can take place in a relaxed atmosphere. That this is probably the best way to raise awareness about this sensitive topic proofed Amity’s seminar where grass-root organizations were taught how to elucidate HIV.
Amity’s University for girls project gives young students from rural families the capacities to study. In its 6th year, scholarships for 35 new applicants could be granted. At a whole Amity is sponsoring 112 students this year.
Super Typhoon Haiyan hit and devastated the Philippine provinces of Leyte, Samar, northern Iloilo and surrounding areas on November 8, 2013. Amity Foundation is working with the local organization Kaisa on a baseline assessment of the disaster and plans to help with the emergency relief in northern Iloilo.
Why do Chinese students find English so difficult to learn? This is a question jointly explored by HK experts and some Hunan English teachers. The Summer Teacher Development Program took place during 18 – 25 July 2013 in Chenzhou, Hunan, with 168 teachers from Pilot and non-pilot schools participating.