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Mar 30, 2020

Quarantine with boys and girls

On March 10, due to the growing spread of Coronavirus in our country, the National Government of Paraguay announced the suspension of all non-essential activities as a preventive measure to reduce infections.

In Remansito, the boys and girls who attend the Early Childhood Care (API) classes at the Community Center and in the neighborhood nuclei of the community, stimulate their creativity by playing with their families, putting into practice the proposals we share for perform at home.
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From the Community Center we recommend to families games and activities to keep them entertained and they can share quality time. Preventive social isolation by COVID-19 is a great opportunity to share quantity and quality of family time.
Feb 18, 2020

First meetings of the year with young leaders

In the first meeting of 2020 we shared with the new partners, in addition to welcoming them, we promoted integration and participation among the members of the Committee.
They are a group of young people living in; Remansito and want to promote actions to raise awareness and raise awareness about the rights of children in their community, you can join in helping their actions. Its vision is to Raise the Community of Remansito in the defense of the rights of children and adolescents.
They are protagonists of their development through different activities.Children and adolescents are the key to breaking with poverty in the following years and this can only be achieved if children and adolescents are respected in their rights and exercise their rights. Investing in them is like investing in development since they are the present and future of society.

Feb 18, 2020

Environmental Minga against Dengue

From the Departmental Governorate of President Hayes, actions are being promoted together with the citizens in search of dengue prevention. On February 14, the Remansito Community Center joined and commemorated the date with a great environmental minga. From early hours, neighbors participated in the cleaning and waste collection work.

The main objective of the minga was to raise public awareness for the destruction of mosquito breeding sites, cleaning their homes, streets and squares to prevent the spread of the vector. The activity involved neighborhood commissions, social groups and public entities, seeking to reach more neighborhoods in the community.

We celebrate in this way by joining and working together with the following organizations and entities: Kuña Guapa Remansiteña Association, UFS San Jorge, Divine Child Commission, Infantry School, Taxi Association No. 7 and 9 of Remansito, Tekoporã district of Villa Hayes, Position of Remansito Health, Manos Solidarias Pro Chaco Foundation, Remansito Potî Coordinator Remansito Te Quiero Youth Group, El Farol, Pte Hayes Health Region, SENEPA, Villa Hayes Municipality, Remansito Educational Institutions, Ministry of Public Works, Rohayhu Remansito Committee, United Committee We will move forward and the Governor of President Hayes.

Thank you for betting on the union of shared efforts to fight for a healthier environment.
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