St. Rita Foundation’s Achievements
2012 Enrollment & Staff
AFTER 4 YEARS OF ...
Pedagogic & Administrative Supervisors
2016 Enrollment & Staff
Homebound pupils under these disability categories are in school
Intellectual and Cognitive Disabilities
Learning and Reading Disabilities
Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Multiple and Severe Disabilities
An 11 year old homebound pupil with cerebral palsy’s first appearance in school
Before 2012, this St. Rita student had no formal education and was homebound.
Community integration: Cameroon National Youth Day Celebration.
PUPILS WITH DISABILITIES EXERCISING THEIR CIVIL RIGHTS
Students participate in this celebration for the first time with donated wheelchairs
PROVIDING HOMEBOUND PUPILS WITH DISABILITIES OPPORTUNITIES
St. Rita students with disabilities are included in general classrooms and outdoor activities
Students with disabilities benefit from peer support from their peers without disabilities
PUPIL ACQUIRING SKILLS HE HAD MISSED EARLIER IN HIS LIFE
By 2015, he could participate in his school and community.
He is now struggling to read and write.
< The pupils with disabilities received free medical consultation and medication from Dr. Ekokobe Fonkem, a Neurologist and Neuro-oncologist on a medical mission to Cameroon from Austin, Texas USA in January 2016.
The school set up a small computer corner with two donated computers from a well-wisher. The computers are being used to support pupils with disabilities and their typically developing peers in their learning process. >
St. Rita’s parents are very involved in their children’s learning process
Parent Teachers’ Conference
When students with disabilities are given a chance,
St. RITA CREATING AWARENESS
St. Rita’s Children Education Rights Club uses placards to educate the community about the educational opportunities for their peers with disabilities.