…for development

Projects in Non Formal Education

Children and Teenagers gain knowledge from their own experiences. They learn how to sharpen their instincts, improve their skills and interact with their peers. They also learn better when they are having fun; they are more attentive, more dedicated, and more likely to remember these experiences, cherish them for life and pass them on to their own children in the future. As part of a team, every child and teenager will be responsible for different chores and will learn a set of Life Skills, such as time management, problem solving, effective communication and positive assertiveness, in addition to manual handcrafts and ways to preserve and maintain used resources. Orienting them to be physically and socially responsible will help them learn how to rely on themselves. By practicing, playing and participating in various workshops, they will learn to respect and accept others (peers and adults), regardless of their backgrounds; they will learn how to use their body, mind and senses to work in teams, communicate with people of all ages and respect all elements of nature.