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BK Amharic's Growth Roadmap Year One Growth Roadmap Year One

Introduction to BK Amharic's Mission and Vision

Welcome to BK Amharic, where our journey begins with a profound respect for the Amharic language and a deep commitment to sharing its beauty with the world. Join us at BK Amharic in this exciting and enriching journey as we explore the depths of Amharic language and culture and open doors to new worlds of understanding and connection.

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At BK Amharic, LLC, our mission is to make the rich and vibrant Amharic language accessible to learners of all ages and backgrounds. We are dedicated to providing high-quality, comprehensive language education that not only teaches Amharic but also immerses learners in the cultural nuances and historical context of Ethiopia. Our approach combines traditional learning methods with innovative technology to create an engaging, effective, and deeply enriching learning experience.

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Our vision is to be the leading platform for Amharic language education globally, bridging cultural gaps and fostering understanding and appreciation for Ethiopian heritage. We aim to create a dynamic, inclusive community of learners and speakers, united by the desire to explore and celebrate the diversity of the Amharic language and culture. Through our efforts, we envision a world where linguistic diversity is cherished, and cultural education is seen as a window to a richer, more empathetic global community.

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In our increasingly interconnected world, cultural and language education is more important than ever. Learning a new language like Amharic opens doors to understanding different ways of thinking, living, and expressing. It’s not just about grammar and vocabulary; it’s about connecting with a culture’s heart and soul. By embracing language education, we empower individuals to become global citizens, equipped with the empathy and understanding necessary to navigate and appreciate the diverse tapestry of human cultures. At BK Amharic, we believe that every language lesson is a step towards a more inclusive and connected world.

Establishing Foundations

Year One

set the stage with a robust curriculum focusing on the Amharic alphabet, basic vocabulary, and essential communication skills, laying the groundwork for a solid understanding of the language and its cultural context.

Our Year One Plan

Charting the Future of Amharic Language and Cultural Education

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Phase Initiation Planning Execution Closure Progress
Q1 - Conceptualize BK Amharic's vision and mission.
- Identify target audience (schools, individuals, communities).
- Initial contact with Maryland's educational authorities about Amharic inclusion.
- Develop a project charter for the introductory course.
- Draft a detailed curriculum outline.
- Plan outreach strategy for community and government engagement.
- Launch awareness campaign.
- Begin curriculum development for the Amharic alphabet, numbers, and sounds.
- Hold initial meetings with community leaders and government officials.
- Review the progress of the awareness campaign.
- Finalize the introductory course framework.
- Secure initial feedback and endorsements from community leaders.
Q2 - Assess feedback from initial outreach.
- Plan development of multimedia resources.
- Initiate fundraising efforts for app development.
- Develop a detailed plan for the multimedia enhancement of the introductory course.
- Plan engagements with tech partners for app development.
- Outline a proposal for government and community funding.
- Develop and integrate multimedia resources.
- Conduct community workshops for feedback and support.
- Present proposals to potential funders and government bodies.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of multimedia resources.
- Secure funding commitments.
- Establish agreements with tech partners for app development.
Q3 - Gather feedback on multimedia-enhanced course.
- Initiate the basic vocabulary-building module.
- Plan for increased government interaction for app integration in schools.
- Develop a curriculum for basic vocabulary building.
- Design a comprehensive proposal for app integration in school curriculums.
- Plan pilot programs with interested schools.
- Pilot the basic vocabulary-building module.
- Meet with school officials and stakeholders for app integration.
- Conduct promotional activities to increase program visibility.
- Assess the reception of the vocabulary module.
- Finalize agreements with schools for pilot testing of the app.
- Close initial round of community and government engagements with reports and future plans.
Q4 - Review the year’s progress.
- Plan for the launch of the vocabulary-building module.
- Strategize on scaling community and government relations for broader app adoption.
- Finalize the vocabulary-building module.
- Develop a robust plan for continuous community engagement and support.
- Prepare presentations for wider government outreach.
- Launch the vocabulary-building module.
- Implement the app in pilot schools.
- Conduct a series of community and government feedback sessions.
- Evaluate the module's impact and app's pilot run.
- Secure commitments for broader app rollout.
- Plan next phase based on the year’s learnings and feedback.

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