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Listen to the conversations on Building bridges radio program on JayFM 101.9. A program brought to you by TEKAN Peace Desk with support from Bread for The World.
This edition is engage the conduct, successes and areas of improvement for subsequent elections
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THE VILLAGE SQUARE RADIO MEETING
When it’s all been said and one, the village square is where we all belong, it is where our voices are heard. One, village, many voices.
From the stables of TEKAN Peace Desk comes The Village Square radio meeting supported by church in Action, Netherlands.
Village square local issues with global perspective.
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Let’s meet at the village square.
There have been many superheroes since the pandemic hit the world. They have kept going out and about to do their work while the rest of the world was told to stay at home. Most of them are acknowledged and applauded for the work they did to keep the world going as it came to a standstill due to the lockdown.
But there is one class of people who played a big role during this pandemic to maintain a semblance of normality and they are our teacher and educational staff. Teachers in the world over, have been working harder than ever to do their job in a totally new online setting that required them to turn to new methods of teaching, adapt and overcome its challenges, and then stir student and their parents through the unfamiliar world of online classes. Teachers have kept the classes going, conducted exams, completed academic sessions, kept everyone safe when schools reopened and, most of all, helped their students cope with the pressures of the ‘new normal’
It is because of these efforts that the teachers of the world are being celebrated and recognized on World Teachers’ Day 2021, with the theme, “Teachers’ at the Heart of education recovery”. On world Teachers’ Day the service of teachers and their contribution to education are acknowledged, and their role and importance for the development of students and society appreciated. The Day pays tributes to the teachers and tends to resolve some of the issues regarding their profession and hence tries to attract the brightest young mind towards this profession.
These will serve as the bases of our discussion on this edition of village square.
The President Plateau Baptist Conference; Rev. Dr. K. K. Saleh.