NUST Gives Interactive Lesson on Personal Rights.

A HUGE thank you to the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) and their volunteers for making the United Nations INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY so special for us.

NUST and their volunteers made generous donations to the children at Family of Hope Services, and engaged them in an interactive lesson and discussion about their personal rights. In addition, NUST volunteers donated the ingredients and cooked a delicious soup for the children.  Each child received a child friendly booklet on personal rights, design and created by Ashande Photography.

We rely on these types of donations to help care for and feed the children at Family of Hope Services.

All photos are the copyright of NUST.

NUST International Relations staff handing over the donation to Ana Paulo with Family of Hope Services.

Art supplies NUST provided to the smaller children at the centre.

The Personal Rights booklet contained rights such as “I have the right to be in a non-abusive environment” and “I have the right to be angry at someone I love”.¬†

One of the Family of Hope youth showing the personal bill of rights from the booklet.

Children drawing what makes them happy.

Children drawing what makes them happy.

Artists come in all sizes.

After the little ones finished their art, it was puzzle and game time!

Playing with puzzles.

NUST volunteers preparing to serve more than 200 children.

Lunch is served.