Ningbo City Launches Campaign to Care for Left-behind and Disadvantaged Children in Winter Vacation

January 4, 2020
Editor: Wei Xuanyi
Ningbo City Launches Campaign to Care for Left-behind and Disadvantaged Children in Winter Vacation

The "Taking Love Home" campaign to care for left-behind and disadvantaged children in winter vacation is launched in Ningbo, a city in East China's Zhejiang Province, on December 27. [Yongpai News]

 

The "Taking Love Home" campaign aiming to offer better care to disadvantaged children and left-behind children (whose parents have migrated to other areas for work) was launched in Ningbo, a city in East China's Zhejiang Province, on December 27.  According to the nationwide campaign initiated by the All-China Women's Federation and other departments and organizations, one million volunteers, including lawyers, teachers, judges, police officers, college students, officials and members of the executive committees of the women's federations, family education experts and directors of children's affairs, will be organized to pair with one million left-behind and disadvantaged children, helping them have a safe and happy winter vacation and Spring Festival.  

Ningbo City Launches Campaign to Care for Left-behind and Disadvantaged Children in Winter Vacation

Volunteers bring gifts to the children who are left behind or in need in Ningbo, a city in East China's Zhejiang Province, on December 27. [Yongpai News]

 

The campaign will center on reunion, happiness and love, and organize three themed activities — "Taking Good Family Traditions Home," "Taking Laws and Safety Home" and "Taking Social Care Home."

Volunteers will visit children's home from door to door, give lectures on family education, organize patriotic education activities, and promote safety and law-related knowledge in schools and parents' schools in communities.

The efforts are intended to promote family education and good family traditions, help children and their families learn the safety and law-related knowledge, and make left-behind and disadvantaged children have a happy and safe winter holiday.

Ningbo City Launches Campaign to Care for Left-behind and Disadvantaged Children in Winter Vacation

The newly appointed directors of children's affairs receive their certificates at the event. [Yongpai News]

 

At the launching ceremony, the city's bureau of civil affairs appointed new directors of children's affairs, who will offer customized services to left-behind and disadvantaged children, such as home visits to the dropouts and disabled children and give guidance on guardianship to the guardians of the children.

Ningbo City Launches Campaign to Care for Left-behind and Disadvantaged Children in Winter Vacation

A pupil at the event [Yongpai News]

 

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

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