D.E.L.T.A is an innovative and capacity building program that bridges the socio economical gap between SLES and persons with epilepsy. This program is the cornerstone of our organization and our strategies to develop educate and train individual with epilepsy to be self sufficient. The program will serve hundred percent (100%) and more individuals epileptic children, teenagers and adults annually. Teaching low-income young people to take advantage of the educational and economic tools. Medical and social benefits are coordinated by members of the auxiliary staff in Sierra Leone and a psychiatrist called DR Edward Nahim (Board chairman) and DR David Koroma.
The beneficiaries will be individuals with Epileptic condition and the general populace of the Western Area, Northern, Southern, Eastern, the youths, vulnerable, the voiceless and the marginalized Project-based approach Each of our classes takes the form of a project. While working on a project, students develop a variety of skills .
Technology as a tool
Although technology literacy is one of the goals of our classes, we believe that technology is a powerful enabling tool that can support critical thinking and other developmental skills.
Most of our classes will be taught in partnership with a diverse range of community-based organizations and schools.
The approach for the implementation of this project will be in the form of Adult learning principles and techniques and other experiential learning processes
While the content varies from class to class, we will measure our success in achieving the programs' goals in the following ways: By keeping attendance sheets for all classes: Attendance sheets will be compiled into weekly program reports. By keeping class journals for all classes: Journals will be written by the instructor for each class and are sent to all staff. In addition, journals will be posted on the Internet, where they can be reviewed by staff, board members and donors. By keeping a portfolio for each class: We will maintain a computer portfolio for each class, which includes finished products as well as other work generated during each class. By conducting quizzes. Students will be tested on basic class competencies.
To reach the awareness level intended, dissemination will be supported by communication materials, such as a web site, a blog, a wiki, news letters, leaflets and posters. Important are also good, long-term relations to national and local media. In addition to this, project members will participate at conferences and workshops, and such activities will also be arranged within the project. A graphical identity will be created, with logo and templates for text documents and presentations. Sierra Leone Epilepsy Society, Inc Non Profit Charity Organization in Alexandria Virginia and Washington DC communication manager is, together with the coordinators and in collaboration with the consortium, responsible for coordinating the dissemination activities
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