Cleanliness against the vector mosquito in Remansito
By Sandra Taboada | Sandra Taboada
boys and girls helped to clean his schools.
Last Friday, the 6th of April, Remansito met lived from early hours by the happy hustle of neighbors and neighbors, children and girls, who to the compass of tools and desmalezadoras united efforts to lead the fight against the fastidiousness across the cleanliness of squares, streets and area common lands.
The activity corresponded to one of the offers presented by the children, girls and teenagers who took part of the Forum IV Remansito's on which the representatives of the President's government Hayes and the municipality of Villa Hayes promised to support them, and this way also to add to the celebration of the World Day of the Health.
With your donation we can continue realizing this one and more activities in favour of a healthy community.
As every year, the Early Childhood Care (API) teachers receive the children in the Remansito Community Center, to start the setting and the school year with activities and recreation.
This year the activities began with 100 children enrolled in the morning and afternoon shifts. In the classes, groups of children from 0 to 5 years old are formed, with their close caregivers, where they participate in didactics where they learn through play.
Likewise, the School Support classes began with 50 children in both shifts, coming from the schools of the community, and an educator accompanies and advises the study process of the students.
The Community Development Center Remansito is an initiative of Global Infancia, with the support of the Canadian Christian Fund for Children (CCFC). #ProgramaRemansito
Children present their work of the year to their p
Boys and girls, accompanied by their parents, enjoyed family animated afternoons where music, color, and dance were the protagonists at the end of the year of the classes of the First Childhood Care Itinerant program (Api), in the Three neighborhood nuclei of Remansito: San Isidro, La Esperanza, and San Jorge.
The children exhibited their work, which they painted with their own hands. In addition, they presented choreographies with their close caregivers and their mothers. The purpose of the closing was that the children to show in a playful way everything they learned during the year.
API Itinerante fosters accessible educational spaces for children and their families, with the community as a co-protagonist in the development of children, revaluing affection and play in caregivers.
The Community Development Center Remansito is an initiative of Global Infancia
Thanks to your help we can continue to promote the rights of more children in the community of Remansito.
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