Rebuilding and Revitalizing Communities Ravaged by Warfare
WBS Collaborated with NASA for Distant Learning
They taught troubled children whose parents were victims of war from Sierra Leone and Liberia how to chase a solar storm like NASA. They also were shown how important the sun is to the rest of the planets, and in turn understanding the theory of astronomy. The children were completely mesmorized, when normaly they are not.
Safiyya Sarkin, President and Founder of Women Beyond Survival, spoke to 5th and 6th graders on gender equality, a human right from an Islamic perspective and the impact it has in these children.