“The Mobile School Travels” begins it’s journey to Kavala and Xanthi

“The Mobile School Travels” begins it’s journey to Kavala and Xanthi

With the lifting of the restrictive measures, the project “The Mobile School Travels” starts again its interventions in the Prefectures of Kavala and Xanthi.

Throughout the quarantine, the project team with joy and enthusiasm and of course with all the necessary protection measures, continued its interventions with the mobile school throughout the Prefecture of Drama and specifically in the areas of Filippou, Ampelokipi, Choristi, Kalampaki, Mikrochori, Kyrgia, Koudounia and Doxato. It was an opportunity for children to spend their time creatively and fun, participating in activities such as: active games, math games, spelling contests, discussions about personal hygiene, Covid-19, etc. The three-year project “To Mobile School Travels” carries out interventions in Roma settlements in the Prefectures of Drama, Kavala and Xanthi with the aim of reaching 450 young people (children and adults). After two years of interventions in Drama, the Mobile School is located three times a week in areas of Drama, Kavala and Xanthi, in order to reach Roma children who are excluded from school communities or due to their family environment they can not have regular education.

The project “The Mobile School Travels” is implemented within the framework of the Active citizens fund program, with the implementing body the Ladies Union of Drama – H.O.H The Active citizens fund program, amounting to € 12 million, is funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway and is part of the European Economic Area (EEA) funding mechanism for the period 2014 – 2021, known as EEA Grants. The program aims to strengthen and enhance the sustainability of civil society and to highlight its role in promoting democratic processes, enhancing citizen participation in the community and defending human rights. The management of the Active citizens fund program in Greece has been jointly undertaken by the Bodosakis Foundation and SolidarityNow.

Read more here: www.activecitizensfund.gr

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