Children
 Morocco
Project #8393

KEEP 100 MOROCCAN CHILDREN AWAY FROM ABANDONMENT

by SOS Children's Villages Morocco (SOS Villages d'Enfants Maroc)
Vetted
Jun 26, 2013

April to June 2013 Report

Family Day celebration
Family Day celebration

When evaluating the school results this trimester, we have been aware that 15 youths had decided to quit school,
explaining that they had difficulties to keep on studying due to their poverty and to their school difficulties. We have been gathering this group of youths altogether with their mothers in order to orientate them towards vocational
training, organizing a visit to the local orientation center and finally 12 youths were orientated towards vocational training.

In April, we had the visit of a doctor in the SOS school and the SOS Children’s Village at the occasion of the International Day. Therefore, the children and the mothers from our program who had some needs have been making a check-up.

We have been also proceeding to our annual auto-evaluation of the program, discussing with the mothers, the children and youths and our local partners in order to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the program in order to make it more performing.

During the spring holidays, our youths participated to various activities organized in our SOS Children’s Village by
the educators and teachers and some of them participated to a language camp in Al Hoceima with the youths from other schools from the region, opening them to the community. We have been celebrating also our Family Day in May and this has been a wonderful occasion to spend time together sharing funny activities!

After a long academic year working hardly, all the children are now preparing the End of Year show that promises to be again the occasion to share good moments and show their talents of actors! Theater activities are a good mean to raise awareness and the children are very proud to participate in the shows, chorales and comic shows!

Thanks a lot to all of you, who allow the 120 children of our program and their mothers to keep on building themselves a better future!

Counselling meeting
Counselling meeting
Importance of the family...
Importance of the family...
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SOS Children's Villages Morocco (SOS Villages d'Enfants Maroc)

Location: Casablanca, Grand Casablanca - Morocco
Website: http:/​/​www.vesosmaroc.org/​
Project Leader:
Severine Tragus
Casablanca, Grand Casablanca Morocco

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