The Helping Hands Network is a nonprofit committed to engaging and transforming societies through education. We recognized that proper education of a child centers on a triangular paradigm with the teachers on one side, the parents, society and students on the other hand.
We see each as a key stakeholder. However, we believe a proper and long lasting engagement with teachers would impact the students, parents and the society at large. We see the teachers as the 'servants'. So we serve the teachers by empowering them to serve the students.
we are aware of the severe competition in the search for donor funds. So we place premium on sustainability. As such, we use the following as our benchmarks to ensure our interventions are sustainable.
J. Wilfred Zeon has been a development worker for the past 9 years. He strongly believes no one is born useless and is of the conviction that every desirous person is just a mile and spark away from their destination. Mr. Zeon sees himself as that spark or positive energy driver.
Zeon has tremendous management and leadership experiences in his service to God and men. He has served on key leadership and Management positions at the Ministry of Youth and Sports; Liberia, Partners in Health Liberia, Medical Assistance Program International – Liberia, the Success Consult International, the Center for Christian Leadership and Counseling, an affiliate of the Flowers School of Technology and Management, Accra Ghana.
He also volunteered with the Internal Revenue Service, Ghana, and the Liberia Youth Initiatives for Self-Empowerment, the Population Caring Organization, and the Liberian Students Association of Ghana. He also holds strong ties with the World Youth Alliance.
Wilfred is an alumni of the Harvard Division of Continuing Education and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree (Honors) in Business Administration from the University College of Management Studies through the Albert Einstein/ UN Scholarship.
Tilman is an assistant professor and lecturer committed to help people in different parts of the world. He was very influential in the design and establishment of the Subject Mastery Workshop project under the ‘Help a School Project’. He holds a PhD in astrophysics and currently works as professor at the University of Tokyo. Besides his lectureships at two German universities he has organized several workshops for teachers in Ghana and Liberia.
Fabian is passionate about supporting people in developing their God-given potential in any circumstances. He supports different initiatives around the globe, e.g., in Uganda, Liberia, New
Zealand, Germany. He holds MSc in Physics at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, and believes that education is one of the key drivers of sustainable development. Since the 2014
workshops for teachers, he is part of the Helping Hands Network and initiated the trainer-of-trainers approach and the Essential Educational Supplies program.
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Jonathan holds a Bachelor Degree in Political Science and has opted for another Bachelor in Agriculture as a result of his interest in global agriculture affairs. He also has several experiences in microfinance projects in African communities as he has worked with different women groups during his volunteering days in Ghana. His passion and interest is to improve the lives of children and people in needy communities.