Educational Business Services welcomes Thuto and Leseli. The two young characters will be addressing social, economic, educational and environmental challenges children face in Southern Africa. These challenges include:
-Environmental Cleanliness and pollution
-Bullying and Violence
-Early Child marriages
-Hygiene and Healthcare
Leseli is a caring and empathetic boy. He is number oriented and at the age of seven he is mathematically gifted, and has won the national championship in financial literacy. Alongside being number oriented, Leseli is straightforward and passionate about addressing societal issues that oppose a threat to a greater future of children. These issues include early child marriages, political tolerance, hygiene, healthcare, bullying and violence.
His down to earth personality and life skills has seen him to be a champion and ambassador of emerging environmental issues. He is passionate about addressing cleanliness, pollution, and finding existing consumption and production systems that can help people on earth combat global warming and reduce climate change. Alongside being a social science ambassador, Leseli is also passionate about sports, as he understands the importance of keeping active to better oneself and the community.
Thuto is an enthusiastic girl with a strong sense of curiosity that has seen her to comprehend academic material grades above her peer age. She is passionate about history and teaching her peers about traditional games, African clans and totems and is adamant to learn curriculums that can help her community know more about their culture and the global world.
From the young age of four, Thuto’s interest in construction puzzles has enabled her to solve problems at a high intellectual level and also stands to be highly gifted in Art and Sciences. She uses her art and technology campaigns to help Leseli address societal, economic and environmental issues.
I would like to write Educational books about my son, Leruo. As superhero in addressing financial literacy solutions, Biological diversity loss (Environmental challenges) and achieving SDG goals
This is incredible! It is great when children take an active role in driving their own interactions with their environment. I like the two characters and their roles as ambaddadors of change speaking in the language their peers will understand.