The latest news from the project of Kiribati recounts of a growing project and an active and proactive community.
The AMU project in the Republic of Kiribati, in progress for several years, is aimed at the population of Buota, one of the poorest villages on the island of Tarawa. The purpose of the project is to improve the living conditions of the community, through initiatives aimed primarily at women and children.
A recent report on the activities carried out last year, states that 61 children have attended pre-school (35 were those originally planned), including 37 boys and 24 girls, both Catholic and from other denominations and religious faiths.
Fifteen children have ended the school year with an official document, endorsed by the Ministry of Education, which certifies the level of knowledge and skills acquired and has qualified them to start primary school.
«As indicated in previous reports, the local representatives write to us, the nursery school is an activity that definitely helps to strengthen the cooperation between the members of the community. The mothers of the students, for example, often work in teams to provide the necessary support. (more…)