From Remansito we invite its inhabitants to use a green ribbon in commemoration of the National Day Against Abuse and Sexual Exploitation of Girls, Boys and Adolescents, which is celebrated on May 31. Green bond against the abuse and exploitation of children and adolescents This initiative aims to raise awareness and prevent all kinds of violence against children and adolescents; the motto for this year is "Respect me! The campaign is focused on prevention. Includes the distribution of green ties to people in the community and delivery of graphic materials Through the ribbon we remember this day as a symbol against all forms of violence against children and adolescents. Raising awareness and preventing this issue is everyone's task, because they are the future of our country.
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. The boys and girls who attend the Early Childhood Care (API) classes at the Community Center, and the neighborhood neighborhood Sol Naciente II in Villeta, participate in various recreational proposals from their homes in the company of their families. During this moment of preventive distancing, they share their snapshots of the day, one of them being the drawings of the "Rainbow of Hope", a proposal that drives positive messages for humanity. #TodoVaEstarBien #EverythingWillBeFine 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.
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.
Global Children in partnership with the Canadian Christian Children's Fund (CCFC) and the cooperation of the Taiwan Fund for Families and Children (TFCF) CCFC is promoting an initiative called Reference Centers for Participation and Leadership of children and adolescents for the protection of your Rights. The Reference Centers seek to encourage children and young people to develop knowledge, methodologies and skills related to child participation and protection, in order to create social awareness of these rights and influence the public agenda at the local, departmental level and national. The Center was named by the youth of the Rohayhu Remansito Committee (CORORE), with the acronym ACISTIR, which means Learning, Knowledge, Information, Sociable, Work, Ideas and Respect.
With the slogan "Leading participation in the defense and promotion of the rights of children and adolescents" on March 28 in the Community Center was held the V Forum for children and adolescents Remansito. The meeting was organized by the Committee Rohayhu Remansito (CORORE), and children and adolescents participated, who met to think and share problems that affect them daily and propose solutions. Referents from the school councils and student centers of the eight schools and community colleges addressed issues such as basic health care, the environment (recreation spaces), poverty, safety and drug addiction, education and inclusion. The activity culminated with the presentation of the proposals of the students to the departmental and municipal authorities. At the meeting a cooperation agreement was signed between Global Infancia, Enseña por Paraguay, Melodía Cultural Center and the Rehabilitation Center for people with disabilities Marcando Pasos, to develop relevant projects and actions that contribute to the achievement of a comprehensive education and quality, as well as the strengthening of Public Policies in favor of children and adolescents. We congratulate the boys and girls protagonists of the change in Remansito, especially the Committee of Adolescents CORORE, for their effort and commitment in the organization of the event.
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