Kilis Bizim Dergi
Benim Hikayem

CHILDREN AT SCIENCE AND ART EVENT…


International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation continues its activities to strengthen social cohesion within the scope of the Community Center Project implemented by IOM (International Organization for Migration) and funded by BPRM (United States Population, Refugee and Migration Bureau). In the past weeks; Migrants and local children gathered at the Miniskop Science and Art Workshop. Workshops were organized to improve the scientific knowledge and skills of children.

 The trainers taught the participants how to prepare their own toothpastes with natural ingredients and gave important information about the correct tooth brushing techniques. 

In another workshop, a presentation was made by demonstrating examples on plant anatomy and seedling cultivation. The students were then able to grow seedlings from their seeds in the garden. 

In both workshops, the participants had a pleasant time with their peers and were happy to learn new things from different instructors.



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