English communication and cross cultural awareness clases

There is a large demand for English and foreign language teaching in rural areas and many students resort to taking expensive language courses in the cities. To meet this demand, we often run English and foreign language classes at our ECRCs (Education and Career Resource Centres) or in local school/colleges. Part of the revenues generated from the language courses is used to run our social projects, such as environmental conservation, women empowerment, etc.

Since many locals want to study, work or settle abroad in developed countries, the language classes also consist of a cross-cultural component to help them create a global perspective and overcome stereotypes of foreign cultures, leading to better cultural integration.


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