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CwVI Project sustainability ensured by promotion of coalition of 18 public and private institutions and partners, February 25 30.214 children eye-screened! CwVI Project QUIZ attracts children to study harder

CwVI Project sustainability ensured by promotion of coalition of 18 public and private institutions and partners, February 25

Today, the USAID and LCIF Children with Visual Impairments Project ran a public debate and promotional event at the Parliament’s club. The aim of the event was to promote the Project results to date, as well as promote the broad coalition of partners…

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30.214 children eye-screened!

Children with Visual Impairments Project finished 2018 with 30,214 children eye-screened! A huge success, exceeding the target of 23,000 by end of 2018. See you in 2019!

 

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CwVI Project QUIZ attracts children to study harder

In all the Resource Center for visually impaired persons children learn through fun – taking the online quiz using the interactive board. Those who have a total sight loss enable the audio option of the quiz to be able to equally compete with their peers. You want to try out the quiz?  Click Here

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Eye screening activity, March 13

On March 13, 2019 CwVI Project conducted eye screening activity in the kindergarten ‘Mini fine budgets’. All children of ages from 3 to 6 years who attend this kindergarten were screened.
From this group of eye-screened children, 5 of them are referred for further eye examination.
Below are a few photos taken during this screening activity.

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Workshop at the Resource Centers to mark International Woman's Day, March 12

Children with visual impairments had another week full of interesting classes at the Project Resource Centers, held according to weekly schedule. They learned fractions, handwritten letters on the smart board (due to difficulties some of them had while writing them on the notebook). Also in some classes they debated and discussed about their future careers, opportunities and wishes.

A group of visually impaired students from the Resource Centers were taken for a picnic, as part of the monthly…

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Workshop for volunteers to assist visually impaired persons at home, March 11

A training sessions was held at the Support Center for Visually Impaired Persons, on 11 March 2019 for proper treatment of Visually Impaired Persons for volunteers. These volunteers will be included in the new program of the Support Center – Service for support of Visually Impaired Persons at home.

The training consisted of presentation of the regular activities at the Support Center, work, structure and achievements of the Support Center, demonstration and simulation of exercises for real s…

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Swimming class at Sports Center ‘Boris Trajkovski’, March 10

On March 10, the beneficiaries of the CwVI Project had the opportunity to swim at the Sports Center ‘Boris Trajkovski’.

Sunday is a day when most visually impaired persons with an interest at swimming enjoy the activity, although beneficiaries are organized to go swimming during workdays as well.

This activity commenced in June 2017 and since then it has been a regular activity, much enjoyed by the beneficiaries of the CwVI Project.

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Swimming class at Sports Center ‘Boris Trajkovski’, March 3

On March 3, the beneficiaries of the CwVI Project had the opportunity to take another free entry class at the Sports Center ‘Boris Trajkovski’. Sunday is a day when most visually impaired persons with an interest at swimming enjoy the activity, although beneficiaries are organized to go swimming during workdays as well.
This activity commenced in June 2017 and since then it has been a regular activity, much enjoyed by the beneficiaries of the CwVI Project.

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