ACWF's Campaign Spreads Love to Left-behind Children Nationwide

January 22, 2020
Editor: Wei Xuanyi

Disadvantaged students receive gifts from the Women's Federation of Wuhu City, in East China's Anhui Province, on January 13. [China Women's News]

 

Women's federations at all levels across the country have held various activities to care for left-behind children whose parents have migrated to other places for work and impoverished children since the launch of the "Taking Love Home" campaign in December 2019.

The campaign was launched by the All-China Women's Federation, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Civil Affairs and several other departments and organizations. It aims to bring care to disadvantaged children during the winter vacation and Spring Festival.

Three major themed activities, namely "Taking Good Family Traditions Home," "Taking Law and Safety Home" and "Taking Social Care Home" have been held during the campaign.

Volunteers from all walks of life, including officials of the women's federations, family education experts, and directors of children's affairs in relevant departments, have paired with disadvantaged and left-behind children, to accompany them to enjoy the winter vacation.

An official of the Women's Federation of Yingtan City, in East China's Jiangxi Province, visits left-behind children. [China Women's News]

 

Officials of local women's federations and volunteers in Datong City, North China's Shanxi Province, make dumplings with children in a special education school in Pingcheng District in Datong. [China Women's News]

 

Members of the executive committee of the Women's Federation of Liaoning Province pair with left-behind children in the women and children's home in Hexi Village in Chaoyang City, Northeast China's Liaoning Province, on January 10. [China Women's News]

 

Women volunteers and left-behind children visit a science and technology museum in Baoji City, Northwest China's Shaanxi Province. [China Women's News]

 

A legal knowledge contest is held for left-behind children in East China's Jiangsu Province. [China Women's News]

 

A group of 50 families in Meishan City, Southwest China's Sichuan Province, attend an activity held by the local women's federation, which is a part of the "Taking Love Home" campaign. [China Women's News]

 

Spring couplets and paper-cuts are presented to children during an activity organized by the Women's Federation of Daxing District (in Beijing) at a cultural activity center in Caiyu Town in the district. [China Women's News]

 

(Source: China Women's News/Translated and edited by Women of China)

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