CYC ended the 21st Children Summer Camp at The Vocational Training Center UNRWA in Siblin, with children from Sabra, Shatila, Nahr El bared camps and Al Eqleem, The camp was a space of talent development, raising awareness, gaining skills and friendship. playing, sports, and swimming, The children enjoy a clean environment . Thanks to the Education Depa of Unrwa and Siblin Center for their cooperation, and to the Lecturers, Work team the volunteers and to supporting friends.
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Every time he comes to Beirut, its chance to call the friends to meet Dr. Giannuo in Shatila Camp. Talking about the experience of struggle and camp steadfast, memories and concerns issues of the Palestinian and Arabs conditions. and the Solidarity movement with the Palestinian people. Dr. Jiannuo will remain dear companion of struggle, our people will remain faithful to all the international strugglers for their standing with our struggle and rights of freedom, security, peace and return to Palestine.
In the presence of the parents, NGOs and organizations representatives, CYC Shatila has celebrated the end of the Children Summer Education and Recreation Program for 225 boys and girls. with the title THE CHILDREN Of Brigh
Tomorrow. Mrs. Malake Maatouk talked on behalf of CYC about the children benefit from the Summer program, the preparing educationally and psychology for the new students of 1st and 2nd grades. plus the recreational, talent and life skills development, practicing sports, arts and playing hobbies, and enjoying Trip to the river to children age group 6 14 years.
Mrs. Malake has stressed on the difficult life of the camp, especially the chaos and corruption beside the social, economical and environment situation which the cape people especially the children and women are facing.
The events ended with an exhibition of the children hand crafts, drawing and painting creativities. The children performed nice songs and folklore dances. CYC distributed gifts to all the participant children.
Space for the children and youth of Shatila and Nahr el-Bared camp