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INCLUSION PROGRAM

Kampuchea Balopp - 9/30/2016

Domain of action : Education

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Kampuchea Balopp is a French and Cambodian registered NGO, founded in 2013 facilitating access to sports activities on a weekly basis to more than 800 children from disadvantaged backgrounds or with a disability. To achieve this goal, Kampuchea Balopp is working with 17 NGOs and schools partners. Focusing particularly on Rugby, the organization wants to teach social skills, responsibility, self-esteem, and a healthy lifestyle. We will help this project by 1,814 € as they had 39 votes in total. To find out more, watch the video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oy78ZcuUWC8

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E-SAFETY PROGRAM

Salvati Copiii - Save the Children Romania - 9/30/2016

Domain of action : Education

Description:


The project “eSafety in Romanian Schools” aims to improve eSafety infrastructure, policies and practices among local schools in Romania, in order to foster a safe environment for children. The impact will address increasing the level of reporting online abuse (hate speech, cyberbullying) by the pupils in those schools, and soliciting support from peers or educators for resolving the issue (after 6 months), at the same time lowering the general level of the harmful phenomenon on the short term. We will help this project by 1,674 € as they had 36 votes in total.

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APP FOR EDUCATION

Tipa - 9/30/2016

Domain of action : Education

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TIPA is a Mauritian NGO, initially set up as part of an effort to meet certain demands of the education system in Mauritius, specifically in the field of artistic and cultural education, and in the development of innovative and holistic teaching practices. The aim is to foster citizenship values in underprivileged children and engage them to be part of the construction of a cultural identity of the country. Since 2007, TIPA has collaborated with more than 80 teachers, has trained 97 facilitators and worked with 45 parents to develop, conduct and assess artistic activities (mainly plastic art and drama), with more than 1900 underprivileged children. More than 100 artistic and cultural activities, as well as teaching tips and methods to foster participation and respect have been developed and shared to teachers, NGO facilitators and parents. 100 local artists and 200 volunteers were involved in art festivals in the schools. We will help this project by 1,628 € as they had 35 votes in total.

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