|Posted by O.N.E.T HAITI on September 10, 2011 at 8:55 AM|
ONET 2011 Petit-Goave Summer Camp realization
As expected, ONET 2011 Summer Camp took place in Petit-Goave as to provide a great entertaining and rich time to our kids. During those two days many activities were done by our hosts and members of this kid-related organization. 70 registered kids added by others coming from the local areas where the camp took place entertained and learned new activities during those days. Participants were happy and required us to pursue the activities for more days. As we were short of products, we could not satisfy their request. It is to mention that we haven’t received any kind of supports from other institutions in the area to realize the activity. This year, our support came only from our friends of the Palmerdale Methodist Church, Alabama. We used this funding to buy goods and schools items for manual works.
As it is shown in the pictures below, manual works and other physical activities such as dance, soccer game,…were part of our program. According to the plan, we had Biblical stories, manual works, techniques of First Aid, English basic notions, free performance where they were required to freely perform in front of the whole group, Story telling, poems, drawings, entertainment,…..
One of the most impressing activities is where the children were asked to make a drawing in which they had to present the living environment of their choice. The main idea is that they draw houses and places where they took into considerations the different aspects of the expected infrastructures due to the consequences of the January 12 that stroke Haiti. Their drawings presented their willing to live in a society where the basic principles of the environment are respected and taken into consideration. Games places, learning infrastructures and security issues were part of their concerns.
Once again, we are very pleased to thank all of our sponsors especially the Board committee of the Palmerdale Methodist Church for their commitment to our case which constitutes of helping our Haitian children. Thanks again for your help.
Here are some pictures taken during the 2011 Summer Camp in Petit-Goâve,Haiti.
@September 5, 2011
kids enjoying thier breakfast durind the camp.