“LEARNING IS NOT ATTAINED BY CHANCE, IT MUST BE SOUGHT FOR WITH ARDOR AND ATTENDED TO WITH DILIGENCE.” ―ABIGAIL ADAMS
At PWB we are always learning, whether its from a research article or child that is a challenge to teach. Sometimes, but hopefully not too frequently, we learn by our mistakes. Through constant assessment of our methods and our safeguarding processes we aim to improve the quality of our outreach programme and the safety with which they are conducted.
We have been running for over 10 years now and have yet to have a serious incident or complaint. All of our partners are keen to work with us again and our volunteers and focus groups all report very positive experiences working with us. We hope to keep it that way.
However, if you think there is anything that you want to say to us that will help with our learning and improving process then feel free to get in contact and let us know.
“[The PWB team] were perfect. It seems they knew this kind of children since years. The problems the children have. There is a girl who is always very shy and at the beginning she didn’t want to do anything, but on the day of the show she was there with everyone and enjoying and smiling. George who is always very angry with everyone, but he was smiling.” Zalinda, Los Quinchos, San Marcos (through interpreter) – quoted in the Nicaragau 2013 Evaluation