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Girl by the Tree


The Angolan Educational System will continue playing its role, providing the best they can, pledging the outstanding results for the national interest. Big Muxima will not replace the Education System but add value to it, filing the gaps from the existing education programs, preparing the young generation to:

  • Mastering new skills & topics, systematically gaining more knowledge

  • Promoting Critical thinking, open minded debates

  • Not shrinking from fear, speaking up for what´s right

  • Teaching and practicing authenticity, integrity

  • Wisdom, providing wise counsel, taking the big picture view

  • Citizenship, social responsibility, loyalty

  • Modesty, letting one´s accomplishments speak for themselves

  • Self-control, disciplined, managing impulses & emotions

  • Thankful for the good, expressing and practicing gratitude

  • To love and be loved, valuing close relations with others

  • Optimism, future-mindedness, future orientation

  • Playfulness, bringing smiles to others, light-hearted

  • Generosity, nurturance, care, compassion, altruism, friendliness

  • Emotional intelligence, aware of the motives/feelings of self/others

  • Vitality, enthusiasm, vigour, energy, feeling alive and activated

  • Organization, group activities, encouraging a group to get things done

  • Engage early ages to understand the importance to preserve the environment

  • Teach the importance and the advantages of preventive health principles

  • Awarding to the Youth in the orphanages in Angola/Africa scholarships, maintenance allowances or grants tenable at any university, college, or institution of higher or further education.

  • To assist in such ways as Big Muxima think fit whose aims include advancing education of Youth in the Orphanages Angola/Africa under the age of 25 years by developing their mental, physical and moral capabilities through leisure time activities

Quality Education - SDG 4
Gender Equality - SDG 5
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Muxima means Heart in Kimbundo which is one of the Bantu Language spoken in some regions in Angola
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