Programs

AHSA World’s Creativity Seed Plan

First initiated in late 2016, AHSA World’s Creativity Seed Plan is a two-prong seeding approach: 1) training of individuals (seeds) from remote areas so that they will go back to train others; 2) training of individuals (seeds) to dispatch to remote area to train others.

~ Project Objectives ~

The main focus is to get youths (male and female) – those who have gone astray, those marginalized by society because of physical or mental challenges (such as autistic), those financially disadvantaged, those struggling in remote regions – a new leaf of life by helping them develop a new skill to do something beneficial, potentially impacting the communities, across communities, or worldwide.

The key is being creative to be able to improvise with the little they have at hand to create something useful.

President of AHSA, Carmelita C. is at an Open House to “recruit” students/participants. (April 20, 2011).

~ Main Activities ~

The main idea is to make the project part play so that the project will not only interest the participants, but also invokes their creativity – plays involve no or less rules, and thus literally put creativity into play.

Participants will also be exposed to state of the IoT by encouraging visits to industrial leaders if training is in Silicon Valley.

Entrepreneurship is part of the training.

This way, participants will be workplace prepared/readied in several ways: they will become seeds to train and mentor others, employable in the workforce, or become entrepreneurs.

A group of students/participants (April 28, 2013).
Another group of students/participants (April 27, 2014)

~ Rationale of the Project (100) ~

Illiteracy alleviation is part solution; the other half is workplace preparedness/readiness.  “Creativity Seed Plan” prepares and readies today’s youths to be adaptable in the workforce of tomorrow.

This is a project that is not only supply-driven, it is preparing participants for the current and foreseeable job markets.  That is, to make sure youths of today will not be left out of the workplace of tomorrow.

President of AHSA, Carmelita at UNESCO 50th Anniversary and 21st World Congress, Paris, France (Dec 21, 2015).

~ Innovative Features (50) ~

An innovative component is tapping into what youth are already doing and channeling their efforts into something useful/marketable.

Another feature is the project is part play so the project will arouse interest and invoke participants’ creativity – plays involve no or less rules, and thus literally put creativity into play.

President of AHSA, Carmelita at UNESCO 50th Anniversary and 21st World Congress, Paris, France (Dec 21, 2015).

~ Seed Plan (2019) ~
“Literacy and Multilingualism”

AHSA World has officially received 2019 UNESCO International Literacy Prizes invitation as a Partner. Every year, the prizes are organized around a specific theme. This year’s focus is on: “Literacy and Multilingualism”.

AHSA World welcome and invite all friends who have a passion for poverty alleviation and multilingual education to catch up with our charity train and sail to the bright future of poverty alleviation and education!

Dasen American Academy
“AHSA World’s Creativity Seed Plan” participating organization(2019)
Dasen American Academy
“AHSA World’s Creativity Seed Plan” participating organization(2019)
Dasen American Academy
“AHSA World’s Creativity Seed Plan” participating organization(2019)
Dasen American Academy
“AHSA World’s Creativity Seed Plan” participating organization(2019)