Richard Close
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About Chrysalis Campaign. Inc.
Chrysalis Campaign, Inc. is a non-stock holding Incorporation in Connecticut, USA. We are applying for 501 C3 status with the US IRS. All sponsorship fees will not be considered tax deductible until 501 C3 is granted.
In addition to this contest Chrysalis build Community Learning Centers in developing environments such a US poverty locations. In addition programs have been accepted and seeking funding in China, Lesotho, Nigeria Delta and Southern Sudan.
The methodologies of the Chrysalis Campaign are based on work on the Global Learning Framework which is the processes of global collaborative education on the Internet. The community, papers and webinars on GLF are at

To provide safe community learning centers, safe social communities for collaboration with global Web resources in order to transform individuals into self-sufficient communities of purpose.

UNESCO "I am Africa. This is my story..." Digital story telling Got to:

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Webinar:Internet Methods and Resources for African Educators & Community Leaders

Posted on September 19, 2012 at 8:25pm 0 Comments

"Internet Methods and Resources for African Educators & Community Leaders"

This webinar will provide educators and leaders with classroom methods, resources and simple techniques about how to find and use global educational resources. We will illustrate how Internet resources have transformed African youth and the role African teachers have in their communities. We will also show how we can move from educating people for jobs into a new engaged…


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