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Jan 8, 2020

"School Gardens"

Caring for the environment is something we must learn from an early age to protect the world in which we live. Therefore, it is important that we teach our children the importance of recycling, saving energy and taking care of nature.

From the #ProgramaRemansito we always support the care of the environment. Children of the Remansito Community Center participated in the “School Gardens” contest, resulting in winners of the prize consisting of a pedagogical visit to the ITAIPÚ Hydroelectric Power Plant, held last December.

The project was an initiative of the Departments of Children and Adolescents and the Environment, under the Ministry of Social Development. The tour included a visit to the Hydroelectric Power Plant and the Tierra Guaraní museum.

We thank the Governor of Presidente Hayes Administration 2018-2023

The Remansito Community Development Program is a Global Childhood initiative, with the support of the Canadian Christian Fund for Children (CCFC) and TFCF International.

Jan 8, 2020

"Introduction to Organization and Community Leader

Mothers of Remansito, leaders of their community participated in the Training Workshops on "Introduction to Organization and Community Leadership".

Community participation is of great importance for decision makers, it is necessary to listen to their ideas and comments regarding the different problems. The participation of the communities is the essential part for the development of projects for their benefit.

At the last meeting, we shared the workshop on “Personal Finance” by Andrés Morassi, from the Child Friendly Company Vision Bank. The workshop shared tools to prepare the family budget for better financial management at home.

The Remansito Community Development Program is a Global Childhood initiative, with the support of the Canadian Christian Fund for Children (CCFC) and TFCF International.

Nov 20, 2019

Teen Journalism Workshop

The youth of the Rohayhu Remansito Committee (CORORE), participated on Saturday 26 of the workshop on “Teen Journalism” during the day learned the general concepts of the trade, exchanged opinions on current issues that affect them and how the media can contribute to the Protection of children's rights.
The CORORE Committee promotes actions to promote the rights of children and adolescents in Remansito.
  The workshop was led by the communicator Juan Alfonso, of the @glonciaglobalpy Community Development Program Remansito is an initiative of Global Children, with the support of the Canadian Christian Fund for Children (CCFC) and of TFCF International.

 
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