Looks like CBC finds Support. Education. Togo. mighty exciting these days. In three interviews on radio and television (French and English) SET president, Don Barclay and SET volunteer, Serge Akpagnonite talked about the not-for-profit’s work in Togo, West Africa.
CBC reporters Amy Dodge and Charles Levesque asked similar questions: How did SET begin? Why did SET choose to build schools in Togo? Where do funds for this not-for-profit come from? What difference have the 13 SET schools and two SET school renovations made? What are the hopes for SET’s new emphasis on supporting teachers’ teaching? How did the Togolese-born Canadian educators, Serge Akpagnonite and Angèle Aklah become involved with SET? Why are these two volunteers giving so much time and effort to SET’s new vision?
For answers click on the links below and discover the importance of your donations to SET.
|Click here to listen to CBC radio interview
|Click here to read CBC English interview
|Click here to view CBC English television interview (Note: The interview starts at 12 minutes and 30 seconds into the newscast and you may have to watch some ads first.)
|Click here to listen to CBC French radio interview