Children’s Workshop (2)

“We had activities promoting independence and human rights.  We also had a group from K3 who played marimbas, and gave an encouraging talk to their peers.  There were young poets who amused the audience; some who gave a speech; and others who presented a play.

“Our youth face huge problems in school, finding it hard to deal with various teenage issues and school activities, which results in bad behaviour. The Peer Education Coordinator invited them to join the Youth Peer-to-Peer Education program that runs in various schools on a regular basis.  She also mentioned things that hinder education success, like drug abuse, partying and boozing, showing disrespect, dating during school, and peer pressure.”

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