Global education - explaining why 244 million children and young people have no access to education
In 2012, CSI created a board game about access to education in Africa. The game was a huge success. Last year, the global education team reworked all the LEKOLI materials, both content and form, and an English translation was added. We are pleased to announce that the printing of the "large model" and "small model" games is now underway! Lekoli is designed both as a family game, and as a basic tool for animation or further reflection on topics related to access to education. The game touches on many concepts and the game is even more enriching when preceded or followed by a discussion with the children.
A great way to combine learning and play!
CSI Luxembourg is a State-recognised NGO, which has been supporting disadvantaged and marginalised people since 1989 by launching tangible projects which aim at helping them out of poverty and which offer them better future prospects.
In addition to the development cooperation, which concentrates mainly on educational projects, CSI is also active in the field of "Global Education". This means that we organize awareness workshops in primary schools. Access to education is the focus of these workshops.