Children living in rural areas face many challenges and we see an increasing number of school drop-outs and street children due to the lack of school materials, stigma, family conflicts and poverty. These children do not have access to artistic expression nor do get opportunities to explore their talents; Yet arts is a powerful tool to reduce stigma, solitude, violence, child abuse and stimulates their creativity. Many families do not value that children's talents are that important.
Ingeri Arts aims at giving disadvantaged children a safe environment to engage, create, express themselves, learn new skills and develop their prospective talents. It is through this main approach that children will get support for their educational needs and welfare. They will create and compete through different artistic disciplines such as poetry, music, Theatre and storytelling in a way to create a happy community with children who feel they are valued members of the society.
We anticipate reaching 100 disadvantaged children each year to aspire and motivate prospective creative artists and therefore wish to strive that every child gets primary education by providing school materials and welfare. We also look forward to having empowered and educated families on children protection against illiteracy, distraction, juvenile delinquency and other forms of abuse. We aim at inciting families to respect and treat children as agents of family well-being.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).
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