12 Access students from Causeni participating at Kids' Councils Summer School

August, 19 2015

12 Access students from Causeni, being also representatives of the local Kids' Council, participated in a national Kid's Councils summer school. This way, members of 9 regional Kid's Councils - ABCs (from the districts of Ungheni, Falesti, Calarasi, Cahul, Telenesti, Singerei, Causeni, Orhei, and Soroca) and the members of the National Advisory Board for Child Participation(NABC) has got reunited this year within the traditional summer school, organized by the Association "Partnerships for Every Child" (P4EC).
On this occasion, teens could enjoy a good time together, share experiences and results achieved over the year and empower their abilities of monitoring and assessment of the local policies and programs based on child's right protection.
The event reunited 200 youngsters - all members of these ABCs, which took participation in a series of trainings and socio - cultural activities, conducted by the local coordinators.
As P4EC's Consultant in Child's Participation, Natalia Semeniuc said, "This summer school is a good occasion for the members of ABCs to know better each other. We cannot help noticing how, year by year, these children become more mature. We are happy to assist at their formation as personalities, at the actions they take to help other children in our country and finally, at the welfare of many children and families in Moldova."
Besides jokes and enjoying each other's company, the teens learned more about the inclusive education, child's welfare, the ways of promoting, monitor and report their own activities and the importance of activities.

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