FAQ section for the Adwen Keseɛ initiative:
Q: What is the Adwen Keseɛ initiative?
A: Adwen Keseɛ initiative (AKI) is a writing and debating workshop designed to instill the art of writing and public speaking in children by encouraging them to develop their own views around a central idea in their personal life, a problem they want to solve in their community or in the world and effectively communicating them. It is geared towards developing exquisite creativity, imagination and critical thinking skills in children.
Q: Who can participate in the Adwen Keseɛ initiative?
A: The Adwen Keseɛ initiative targets children between the ages of 8 and 18 years old.
Q: What skills will my child develop by participating in the Adwen Keseɛ initiative?
A: By participating in the Adwen Keseɛ initiative, your child will develop writing and public speaking skills, critical thinking, creativity, imagination, and problem-solving skills.
Q: Will my child’s work be published?
A: Yes, participants have the chance to get their stories published in the Muna Kalati Magazine and as a book with local publishers of children’s books in Ghana and beyond.
Q: How long is the workshop?
A: The duration of the workshop is dependent on the package selected, either a one-day, two-day or a week-long workshop.
Q: What is the cost of the workshop?
A: The cost of the workshop is dependent on the package selected, either a one-day, two-day or a week-long workshop.
Q: How do I register my child for the workshop?
A: Registration for the workshop can be done by visiting the Muna Kalati website and following the registration process.
Q: What is the goal of the Adwen Keseɛ initiative?
A: The goal of the Adwen Keseɛ initiative is to create a crop of African children who will develop the essential skills of expressing their opinions freely through writing and debating, as well as training them to be creative thinkers and problem solvers, two of the most highly demanded skills in the workplace today.