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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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Promotion of book in Braille, May 12

On Sunday at the Book Fair held a promotion of the book “Tales from the Secret Forest” by author Alma Rastoder. The book is written in three languages Macedonian, Bosnian and Albanian. Certainly in this promotion, the The USAID and LCIF Children with Visual Impairments Project  was involved in the adaptation and printing of the book on Braille for the blind and people with visual impairments in all three languages.

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Training for proper interaction with visually impaired person, May 8

On May 8, 2019 a training workshop for proper interaction with visually impaired persons was held for caregivers of persons with special needs. The training consisted of advice on proper treatment of persons with visual impairments, demonstration through simulation of exercises of real situations with which they face on a daily basis and presentation of the educational video. Merging beneficiaries with personal assistants from the program for training of personal assistants.

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Classes at the Resource Centers, May 3

Classes at the Resource Centers are fully held according to the weekly schedule. A total of 50 teaching classes were held at the four Resource Centers in Veles, Shtip, Tetovo and Bitola (excl. the school for the blind in Skopje).

Weekly highlight: Math class in Shtip – multiplication and division by 9. Arts class – drawing the portrait of Goce Delcev with the help of light stand.

 

 

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Eye screening at the ZOO, May 12

The USAID and LCIF Children with Visual Impairments Project  continuously implements the screenings as well as the support for their implementation in the service of the citizens. In the Skopje Zoo participants were eye-screened, assisted by local Lions Clubs.

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Eye screening activity on Vodno, May 11

The USAID and LCIF Children with Visual Impairments Project  during the celebration of a joint event on Vodno  with Lions clubs, Mountaineering club Bistra , Petar Rendzov and Tumbao Salsa band contributed with screening and measuring of ocular  pressure.

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