Promote Children Participation in Kenya

 
$1,400
$7,100
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Sep 28, 2009

CHILDREN PARTICIPATE IN UN GLOBAL PEACE GAMES

Children use tug of war to promote peace
Children use tug of war to promote peace

Children Participate in UN Global Peace Games

122 Children participated in this year UN Peace games on the 21st September 2009. The children Rights Club organized the event at the TYSA sports ground. Children participated in various sporting activities including soccer and tug of war. They had lots of fun!! Susan, 16 year old girl read the UN Special advisor on sports for Development and Peace. This was the first time the children participated in the organization of the event. Thanks to the formation of the Children Rights Club. ‘Am so happy and feels empowered. I could not believe that I could stand in front of 300 people an read the UN Message’ Susan. We want to thank all those who supported this event.

With Warm Regards from TYSA Gichuki Francis

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Gichuki Francis

Executive Officer
KITALE, Kenya

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