Summer camps full of tradition, reflection and fun
By Karen Nunez | Comunication Officer
Like every year, through Remansito's child-focused community development programs, summer camps were held where activities included crafts, including Christmas decorations and decorated face masks, music, games and lots of fun.
In Remansito, the tradition of visiting some community mangers with the children and going through the streets singing Christmas carols to the sound of the guitar was once again fulfilled.
With some images that illustrate how fun the activities were, we want to take the opportunity to greet all those who support us and those who accompany us and wish them wholeheartedly that this year 2022 be full of joy and health.
Families of Remansito are accompanied and supported to prevent violence and contribute to education and food security
During August, various activities were carried out with the active participation of families from the entire Remansito community.
One of them was the 2nd workshop for API Parents (in Spanish API stands for early childhood care) and School Support. The subject of the training was: The importance of play in childhood. Its objective was to develop in the fathers, mothers and close caregivers, skills to promote play, as a right and as a means of learning and resilience.
These meetings were held both in the neighborhood nuclei and in the Community Center.
Another activity carried out was the preparation of meals for the community, something that in Paraguay we know as “olla popular” (soup kitchen), which allowed many families to receive a nutritious lunch plate and to actively participate, strengthening solidarity and community organization.
Ideas of boys and girls are proposed to politician
By Sandra Taboada | Sandra Taboada
In Remansito, girls, boys and adolescents work with authorities and leaders for a safer community, and their story inspires us every day.
Listening to the voices of children and adolescents is essential to think and work for a City. On March 20, the youth members of the Rohayu Remansito Committee (CORORE) were able to share with candidates for mayor and council of political parties and movements in the city.
The topics covered were based on four principles, which are the supreme guidelines that govern each of the articles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Girl (Principle of Non-Discrimination; Principle of the Best Interest of the Boy and the Girl ; Principle of the Rights to life and survival; and the Principle to participation and to be heard). Then, the participants discussed and reflected on which Rights are fulfilled and which are violated in their city. We value the participation of the candidates and we encourage all of them to incorporate what is shared today into their proposals.
Building a City that cares for the integral growth of children, adolescents and young people must be the commitment of all sectors.
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