ACTIONS / ACTIVIDADES » NO NA VIVI - helping children in Guinea-Bissau

  • david@virtualeter.com

    david@virtualeter.com

    This project connects people and institutions from Portugal to kindergartens in Bissau. Paracetamol is given to children with high fevers to prevent death by malaria. Toys, books, food, clothes and first aid kits are some of the items identified to enhance kindergarten capacities. You can be a part of this mission by either send us one of this items or by buying items on our store here at this website. More info in Portuguese language at https://www.facebook.com/unicamixingcultures

    This project connects people and institutions from Portugal to kindergartens in Bissau. Paracetamol is given to children with high fevers to prevent death by malaria. Toys, books, food, clothes and first aid kits are some of the items identified to enhance kindergarten capacities. You can be a part of this mission by either send us one of this items or by buying items on our store here at this website. More info in Portuguese language at https://www.facebook.com/unicamixingcultures

  • CONTACTS / ADRESS - MORADA Guiné Bissau - Magda Bull 00245 5884961 Portugal - David Martins 00351 917069965 Av dos Bombeiros Voluntários, 39. 2705-180 COLARES, PORTUGAL

    CONTACTS / ADRESS - MORADA

    Guiné Bissau - Magda Bull 00245 5884961
    Portugal - David Martins 00351 917069965

    Av dos Bombeiros Voluntários, 39. 2705-180 COLARES, PORTUGAL

  • This action connects people from Portugal mainly trough their visit to a theatre show presented by www.etercultural.com. Hundreds of schools visit "Memorial do Convento" theatre play every year - http://etercultural.com/memorial-do-convento/ . It was this audience and people from Serpa village (south Portugal, Alentejo) in a Forum organized by http://sulcena.blogspot.pt/ that during the last year brought paracetamol to open the emergency service that can save children life's from malaria in Guinea-Bissau. It's Culture it self that connects people. And it is a bidirectional support because students in Portugal become aware of problems in developing countries in a way where they can act, they can do something...

    This action connects people from Portugal mainly trough their visit to a theatre show presented by www.etercultural.com. Hundreds of schools visit "Memorial do Convento" theatre play every year - http://etercultural.com/memorial-do-convento/ . It was this audience and people from Serpa village (south Portugal, Alentejo) in a Forum organized by http://sulcena.blogspot.pt/ that during the last year brought paracetamol to open the emergency service that can save children life's from malaria in Guinea-Bissau.
    It's Culture it self that connects people. And it is a bidirectional support because students in Portugal become aware of problems in developing countries in a way where they can act, they can do something...

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