Joy of Teaching girls how to Cook.

NgangErnest
Posted February 3, 2020 from Cameroon
Skills Empowerment for Girls
Team work for a better Empowerment
Fellowship meal is ready
Fellowship meal is ready: Happiness in fellowshipping together after learning how to prepare jellof rice. (1/1)

Thinking of what to do to make my Sunday school children to become more engage, so I organized a cooking session for a fellowship meal. It seems strange in their ears but they became committed and brought rice and others while I had to buy the other things needed for a wonderful fellowship meal. 

We ended up so happy as we succeeded in preparing Jellof rice and jointly had a great meal. It is not easy coordinating these children for a wonderful team work and felloship meal.

Let's make out kids to know how to prepare food. 

Empower girls

Change our communities

 

Ngang Ernest Che

Green Skills Africa

2019 Mandela Washington Fellow

Indiana University

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NgangErnest
Feb 03
Feb 03

Don't be afraid of Empowering the girl child for you are empowering the nation.

Mercy Vernyuy Munyuy

Wow this is lovely Ernest.keep encouraging the women and girls.

NgangErnest
Feb 03
Feb 03

Thanks mercy. The struggles continues.

Tarke Edith
Feb 04
Feb 04

Hello bro Enest
That is a very good iniciative brother .
Let me tell you that you have not only those children how to cook rice but you have impacted them with knowledge that they will never forget.
Thanks for the great job bro.
May l ask where are you based brother.

NgangErnest
Feb 04
Feb 04

Thanks Edith. I am base in Mutengene.

Hello, Ernest,

What a lovely photo! What are they cooking? They look like they enjoy the activity. Thank you for sharing this with us!

NgangErnest
Feb 05
Feb 05

Thanks Karen. They are cooking Jellof Rice.

You're welcome, Ernest! Kudos to you! They will always remember this event. Have a great day!

NgangErnest
Feb 09
Feb 09

Thanks and have a better one too.

Anita Shrestha
Feb 05
Feb 05

Dear
Indeed it is good work

lizzymark
Feb 06
Feb 06

Hi Ernest,this is different but great,it may look small but its huge. These children won't forget you or that day. Am a teacher so I understand what that little (but big)effort will do in their lives. You have taught someone's wife and mother and its a blessing. More grace brother

Elizabeth Ziro
Feb 07
Feb 07

Kudos Ngang for taking the initiative, keep them on toes hahaha next let them cook chapati
Its nice to know also that you are a Mandela Fellow, keep it up.
Kind regards from Kenya

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