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Shwopnochura Shafat Memorial School(1)

Posted on June 27, 2018
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The school space can also become a learning incubator for the community after-school hours and on the weekend introducing Parenting Workshop, Nutrition and Computer training classes, etc. Target Area: Ashulia Industrial Zone Target Population: Children of local industrial workers, parent and teachers, local residents Strategies Engaged learning and teaching through hand-on experiences, field trips, career days, community engagement projects, development of reading habits, leadership camps, self-discipline, team-work, competitions, imagination and creative thinking, arts and culture,

CAMP ABILITIES BANGLADESH (5)

Posted on June 27, 2018
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The number of visually children will be increased to 50. Stay over camp for the children and the University students to enhance the overall experience and connections

CAMP ABILITIES BANGLADESH (4)

Posted on June 27, 2018
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Heroes for all have signed an MOU with various organizations, who care for blind children, and aim to do such events on the bigger scale every winter, and hope to work with children with physical disabilities and Autism also. This endeavour is in hope that Bangladesh moves forward from a nation who have very little assistance for children with disabilities, to a nation who can integrate such children into main stream society. Budget: 30 Lacs;

CAMP ABILITIES BANGLADESH (3)

Posted on June 27, 2018
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Heroes for All in collaboration with Camp Abilities USA initiated Camp Abilities Bangladesh in January, 2018 which will be an annual event. This was the first of its kind educational sports camp where a group of 30 visually impaired children were teamed up with 30 teenage visually able children to take part in a 4 day educational sports camp. A team of expert physical trainers, and the renowned Dr. Lauren Lieberman were invited to conduct

CAMP ABILITIES BANGLADESH (2)

Posted on June 27, 2018
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Goal 4: To build awareness on the positive use of leisure time that can foster self-expression, development of identity, feelings of autonomy and sense of achievement Value: Every Child has the right to play and be included in all activities in the society despite their disabilities