Project #5933

Feed and Educate Children in Salvador, Brazil

by Global Vision International Charitable Trust
Apr 15, 2011

Kids get Arty in Mata Escura, Brazil

Children painting with a volunteer in Brazil
Children painting with a volunteer in Brazil

After a week of tropical rainstorms damaged the work on the classroom walls at the project in Mata Escura, Brazil, children set about creating some new artwork to brighten up the school. GVI volunteers brought in 4 huge drawings with `Under the Sea`, `Outer Space`, `Amazon Jungle` and ´Salvador City Centre` themes, which we cut into squares to allow each of the children to paint a section.

Silence descended over the classroom as the kids worked in deep concentration to create beautiful results. Particularly impressive were Kelly and Karina, both aged only 3 years and 9 months but already showing artistic talent - they helped create the Under the Sea mural pictured.

A Brazilian masterpiece!
A Brazilian masterpiece!

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Global Vision International Charitable Trust

Location: Exeter, Devon - United Kingdom
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Kate Robey
St Albans, Herts United Kingdom

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