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I am working on educational materials targeted at the African child who resides within the continent and in the diaspora. The aim is multi-fold, but centers around the need to imbibe a sense of appreciation of his environment in the African child, in order to spur a desire to add value. The need to unite Africans by exploring the continent’s common assets also comes into perspective.

Keep close to this site for release dates of all materials.

For starters, I have put together a series of free e-books and learning materials for teaching the English alphabet to the African child. The series is known as Dr. Chika’s ABC for the African Child. Books that make up the series include:

  • A is for Accra: Alphabet of African Capital Cities.
  • M is for Mandela: Alphabet of African History Makers.
  • P is for Pineapple: Alphabet of African Fruits.
  • G is for Goat: Alphabet of African Animals.
  • F is for Fufu: Alphabet of African Dishes.

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16 Comments Add yours

  1. Jeff Woodyard says:

    ‘the multidisciplinary exploration of indigenous knowledge, homegrown, and grassroots based approaches to the sustainable advancement’ of the world is needed as a global collaboration among all people. I believe you will find that unity in diversity is the essential principle. I know your peers in the Native American and Hawaiian communities. I believe they are rising in every colonized land. I pray we all link efforts to fight the continued effects of those dominating and suppressing strategies and tactics used by my ancestors to subjugate humanity.

  2. jon says:

    Thanks for your inspirational talk. The fact is that in every community it is filled with the wise who can establish those historical values lost along the way. Building confidence and support can make it happen. We just need a few thousand people like you.

  3. Therese Nchangang says:

    I love this thanks for taking it upon yourself to share this wonderful initiative. We need our schools in Africa to be trained in encouraging and promoting our own ideas so our kids are equiped with the confidence in believing that Africa can make a change for itself by itself.

  4. cyril onyejekwe says:

    Well said Chika, we most never give up. If you don’t try you will never succeed. We need to stand together to build a better future not just for us but for our children and our children’ Children.

  5. Harriet Wynn says:

    Thank you so much for your knowledge and insight on what we need to do in order to bring about changes in the society that we live. People across the world will know that Africa is the root of our civilization. Please contact me. I wish to meet you.

  6. Good. Keep up the good works. Check us out at http://www.theaasiks.org. We are the African Association for the Study of Indigenous Knowledge Systems (AASIKS).

  7. Chidi Okafor says:

    Dr. Chika, I recently watched your TEDTalk, and was greatly moved by the work you do, particularly in empowering Africans to see the value in their knowledge base.

  8. I enjoyed your foresight and enthusiasm .
    I will read more on you.

    Thanks for your contributions.

  9. Ogechi says:

    I am inspired

  10. Victor Eno says:

    I had opportunity to watch your TED Talk and was greatly inspired. Excellent job, Chika!

  11. Senyo says:

    I was inspired by your message on TEDx Talk. A great African mind you are.

    There is knowledge in Africa, by Africans, for humanity.

    Keep up the good work.

  12. Dr. Alem Hailu says:

    It is a great presentation that shows Chika’s mastery of the essential elements that need to go into reforming Africa’s development strategy and educational system. All of us who have known her as a budding scholar and passionate advocate for social change are pleased to see her carry her long held commitment to Africa and our integrated world.

  13. dollykinyua says:

    I feel like I just breathed the best fresh air by listening to you. I have also struggled with the Narrative that our children are being taught in school. I always have discussions with my peers and I tell them until Africa has an education revolution many of our problems will remain as is…. I wish to join you and the many others who have the same vision. Please share with me more of your work so that we can interact and share ideas and implement them! Thank you once again.

  14. Obinna Osigwe says:

    You’re an inspiration.

  15. Joseph (Dadie) says:

    I am highly inspired by your speech on TED. Our indigenous knowledge (IK) has been long underestimated and believed in by ourselves. They have made us to believe in their Western Scientific knowledge which for years have tried to understand the power of our IK. It’s not late to make maximum use of our Indeginous Knowledge Systems. My MA thesis is centered around IK.

  16. Kieran Smith says:

    Power, Peace And Prosperity flow freely from the fountain of your amazing work Chika!! HTP

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