CHILDREN ARE OUR FUTURE


Innocent smiles of children are hope and life itself. To preserve this smile, International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation organized special events and children fest on April 22, 2019 to celebrate the April 23rdNational Sovereignty and Children's Day at Kilis IBC Community Hub, supported by GIZ, ECHO and SDC.

The event was attended by a total of 219 children, with 177 children, and performed various dance performances. Then children took part in a fun science festival with chemical experiments. After all, all of the participants participated charcoal in front of the audience and thus expressed their feelings with art. On the other hand, participants visited the exhibition area where the products exhibited which produced by the beneficiaries of Kilis Community Center.

 



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