Hubei College Students to Guide, Befriend Left-behind Children

July 5, 2013
By Zhu FenEditor: Fan Wenjun & Wu Linfei

The launch ceremony of the campaign [Hubei Women's Federation/Zhu Fen]

The launch ceremony of the campaign [Hubei Women's Federation/Zhu Fen]

Students from five universities in Wuhan, capital city of central China's Hubei Province will launch a volunteer campaign during the summer vocation to offer guidance and counseling to migrant children and left-behind children in the province.

'Left-behind children’ refers to rural children whose parents have left them in their hometowns to work in the cities.

The campaign, hosted by the Hubei Women's Federation, will see the college students offering psychological counseling, cultural activity training and academic guidance to these children.

Vice President of Hubei Women's Federation Bao Qingfen presented flags to the five groups of college student volunteers at the ceremony and thanked them for their commitment to helping the children. 

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