The Kitchen Table talk (KTT) Advocacy for Global Citizenship

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  • Children and Teenagers appreciate and become more aware of the need to learn about other cultures and countries since they may someday visit or move over there for vacations Safaris, as expatriates, foreign exchange students, missionary or military volunteers.

  • They ask questions about anything foreign. There is no stupid or irrelevant question.

  • The representative teaches something new about his or her culture. KTT is an interactive environment where every one is free to participate

The Kitchen Table Talk is an International Cultural Exchange Program designed for families and foster homes in the USA. The objective is to raise awareness about what is happening outside the USA and how it affects their children. We lightly talk about foreign culture, politics, economics, poverty and development. 

HOW KTT WORKS:

  • Children, teenagers, parents, guardians, foster parents or chaperons invite a Representative from NileBridge International to come into their homes and share their international culture with them.

  • The format is a Kitchen Table over a shared meal where every one seats and dialogues with each other about what's happening outside the USA and how it impacts them today or in the Future.

   

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