RELO John Silver Visits Access Moldova

October, 16 2017

On a sunny Friday afternoon, October 13, we had a very special guest at ACCESS Moldova - John Silver, Regional English Language Officer from the U.S. Embassy, Kyiv. Willing to meet the teenagers from our country who were selected to benefit from the Access micro-scholarship program, he had visited the site with the students with special needs at Lyceum "Pro Succes" from Chisinau.
This school is the only inclusive one in the whole country; this school is supplied with all necessary equipment in order to facilitate students mobility around the school.
John Silver found the classes "very creative and energetic. Access teachers lead an active learning lesson that was fun and entertaining for the class of disabled students (and the RELO)."
Students were very excited about RELO's visit and they would like to see him again next year.

Ana Arabadji, ACCESS Alumna 2014, was invited to facilitate the lesson: "ACCESS changed my life completely, I'm a better person now because of this program. It opened the door to so many opportunities. Last year, I got back from the USA, after I have been selected for FLEX." Ana was a student at ACCESS Speranta, another site for students with special needs from Chisinau.

RELO's visit was productive and we are looking forward to new projects together.


Photo album here.

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