Excellence Through Learning
We believe by educating our youth and building their confidence in their voice, their expertise and their experience we can then develop youth who can create better outcomes for their future generation.
Education Leadership focuses on key themes such as civic engagement, advocacy, leadership programs, mentorship, knowledge and development programs.
Nea Onnim No Sua a, ohu- He who does not know can know from learning
Ifarada has tutors available who provide support in all subjects and French language from kindergarten to high school. Our tutors work one on one, in community settings, or the library to assist learners. Our tutors charge affordable rates, based on their experiences, from $20/per hour to $45/per hour.
Promising Venture: By 2022, we hope to offer tutoring & sports camp in the summer for children and youth ages 4 to 16 years old. Our camp will focus upon incorporating African-centered curriculum with the Ontario education curriculum. We will provide an activity-based and sports program in the afternoon. The camp prepares youth for the upcoming school year by building their skills and knowledge.
When young people are given the tools to use their voice, to advocate for their future, and engage within the political, socioeconomic, environmental, and health of their lives, they become powerful beyond measureNicole Perryman
Our civic engagement and advocacy programs prepares youth with the skills to use their voice and discuss issues that are pertinent to their experiences. We strongly believe that young people have ideas, opinions, and beliefs and should have the opportunity to share these with others. Our leadership programs, Adrinkhene and Wonderfully Made incorporate principles of leadership, civic engagement, and volunteerism. We encourage youth to join our Board of Directors to help guide & direct the building of this organization.
Library Program & Scholarships
Coming Soon: A cultural-based library with Afrocentric & Indigenous writers & literature. A scholarship program for youth who demonstrate interest in their cultural and spiritual heritages.
“Mate Masie” Equity Project
With “seed” grants and community partnerships, the “Mate Masie” Equity Project is developing curriculum courses and programs for youth, children, families and professionals. Learn More
Equity & Inclusion Courses and Webinars