Capacity building Workshop

Two girls who are doing their studies in London, came on their holidays to conduct a workshop on capacity buildingRead More . . .

Two girls who are doing their studies in London, came on their holidays to conduct a workshop on capacity building for 30 Children at Centre For Child Development on 27th of August 2012. These two girls(Students) are from Tamil Students Union, London.  These children were from Vallipuram, Moonkilaru and Sukanthirapuram in Putthukudiyiruppu area. This work shop went on for three days. On the last day they went on an exposure visit around Jaffna and the Children were very happy.

Issue of Sports Materials

Sports materials were issued to Child Friendly Places with the support of National Child Protection Authority(NCPA) in five villages –Read More . . .

Sports materials were issued to Child Friendly Places with the support of National Child Protection Authority(NCPA) in five villages – Pramanthanaru, Myilvaganapuram, Vadagachchi, Paranthan and Akkarayan in Kilinochchi area on 6th September 2012 to  make the children happy.

Children Talk shop

Center for Child Development in collaboration with National Child Protection Authority conducted a talk shop awareness program for children atRead More . . .

Center for Child Development in collaboration with National Child Protection Authority conducted a talk shop awareness program for children at Chempiampattu on 20th August 2012 and Kilinochchi on 21st August 2012. It has motivated educational thoughts, good thinking and values among children. We are motivating children to talk with Authorities, Directors and Responsible persons and take forward the methods of solving problems.

Article in Malaysian Star

The years of conflict have done little to quench the thirst for knowledge, and education remains a priority for theRead More . . .

The years of conflict have done little to quench the thirst for knowledge, and education remains a priority for the people of the north, says T. Thevathas, programme secretary of the Centre for Child Development (CFCD) Jaffna, a non-governmental organisation.

After-school protection : The centres provide some security for the children, says Sivagnanam.

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