December 26, 2016, 3:30 PM
As another year comes to an end, it is time to reflect on the challenges that we've faced along the way as well as strategies for the future. It is time to give thanks to our energetic and extremely generous family here at Cultural Infusion who have worked so hard and contributed so much to foster intercultural harmony within our communities. It is with great pride that with the team's inspired hard work and efforts we can reflect upon this years' work and achievements, becoming even more energised for the future ahead.
WISE Accelerator Project
We are one of the five 2016-2017 WISE Accelerator selected projects!
Joko's World has been selected for its series of digital learning projects.The WISE Accelerator program recognizes education projects from around the globe for their innovative approach to solving real-world obstacles for education.
The WISE Accelerator program is dedicated to supporting and developing innovative education initiatives with high potential for scalibility and positive impact.
As a result of being accepted into the program, Joko's World and our digital learning projects will receive tailored support from international experts over the 2017 calendar year.
Cultural Infusion CEO and founder Peter Mousaferiadis was delighted to be accepted into the internationally-acclaimed program.
“I am immensely proud to become part of the WISE Accelerator program. After several years of hard work, Joko’s World and our digital learning projects will now be recognised internationally as an innovation in learning education technology. The dedication by the team here at Cultural Infusion has been unrelenting and the enthusiasm has been contagious. The team members working on Joko’s World each and every day are proud of this achievement.”
Mayibuye Performers' End of Year Showcase
Performers from Mayibuye performance troupes held their Community Dance Showcase last Sunday.
The event was called “I can and I will” this theme encouraged strength and confidence as well as inspiring young people to believe that they can achieve anything which they put their mind to.
The vibe of the performance and those who participated was upbeat, liberated and happy. All in all, it was a great success for the troupes! Performers came from all across Victoria including Preston, Collingwood, Dandenong, Narre Warren and Morwell.
Joko's World Updates
Joko’s Flute has just been released on Apple and Android devices.
Celebrate the beautiful sounds of bamboo flutes from around the world.
Memorable highlights from 2016 include....