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Aug 27, 2019

Recycled materials for the "San Jorge" square

construction of a sensory walk,
construction of a sensory walk,

The Yguazú Cementos company, with its volunteer collaborators in the company of the mothers of the San Jorge Neighborhoods, San Isidro, Rohayhu Remansito Committee (CORORE), the United Commission We will move forward and the staff of the Remansito Community Center. They shared a Sunday day to inaugurate the ecological plaza "February 28" of the Barrio San Jorge.

The square is made with reused materials. From the Community Center we carry out the construction of a sensory walk, which will stimulate the senses and the motor skills of the children who frequent the park.
The Remansito Community-based Community Development Program is a Global Childhood initiative, with the support of the Canadian Christian Children's Fund (CCFC). # MesdelaNiñez
Photos of the young Matias Fernández, member of CORORE.

Painting Games
Painting Games
Aug 2, 2019

Together for the Rights of Children

The Departmental Forum 2019 “Together for the Rights of Children and Adolescents of President Hayes” is a space where girls, boys, adolescents and adults representing public institutions, civil and social organizations, analyze the current situation of Children and Adolescents of Department, in order to identify priorities and future actions together. Adolescents present in the activity write a document with recommendations addressed mainly to municipal, departmental and national authorities.
(CORORE) is an organization of children and adolescents of the Remansito community that seek to promote and guarantee the Rights of Children and Adolescents (DNNA) through their leading participation.
The opening ceremony was attended by the Minister of Children and Adolescents, Teresa Martínez and the Governor of President Hayes, Rubén Roussillón Blaires.
With your help we can continue promoting spaces for the protection and defense of the rights of children and adolescents in our community.

Aug 2, 2019

Robotics classes

40 boys and girls in the Community Center completed the "Robotics and skills for life" workshops. The construction of the robots was carried out with pieces of VEX IQ to later generate the movements through programming; allowing the acquisition of knowledge in this new career that begins to venture into our country. It is the second experience in the Community Center and the Community of Remansito.

The new technologies offer us a different perspective of the world and help us to approach the problems from new angles, and for this reason they are so important. In the classes, children and adolescents learn basic programming language; They explore ideas related to science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. In the classes, participation, tolerance, logic and life skills are encouraged.

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

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