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Children’s winter camp


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VIN focuses on the mental, physical, social development of the children. With an aim to protect the rights of the children with increase of access of quality education and basic health services, VIN implemented the Children Development program in the kavresthali community. VIN completed its nine days long children’s camp on 8 to 17 January. It was conducted in kalidevi secondary school, kavresthali with involvement of 79 children’s. The camp was facilitated by five international and three local volunteer along with the VIN’s staff.

The main aim of the camp was to increase the participation of the children on activities which could be helpful for their mental, physical and social development. The activities such as hand washing tooth brushing, arts and crafts, children’s song and dance, origami, English and Korean language, collage work, anchoring skill, group work, and environmental study. Volunteers and the children were very happy to be involved in the camp.

The parents were also invited on the last day of camp. They were informed about the importance of children’s camp for the overall development of their child. One of the parents stated as,” the leisure time was usually wasted by the children but, this winter camp provided their children with immense opportunity to develop their mental, physical and social growth”. Lastly the children honored national, international volunteers and VIN’s staff and praised their work.VIN is going to conducting next winter camp in Jitpur community soon. We aim to protect the right of the children, enhance their creativity and skills.

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