A great project of the Rotary Club Wetter-Herdecke Ruhrtal reaches the final of the initiative "Awarding Social Projects 2016" of the Rotary District 1900.
"How do I protect my child from sexual abuse?"
The prevention program "My body belongs to me", funded by the Rotary Club Wetter-Herdecke Ruhrtal,
wants to proactively help by sensitizing parents and children of this not simple topic.
The Rotary District 1900 which is the organizational home of the Rotary Club Wetter-Herdecke Ruhrtal,
has now for the first time launched an initiative "Awarding Social Projects 2016",
which awards the best projects. The project "My body belongs to me" has now reached the Round of the last 5.
For an appropriate project presentation a video and an informative poster were created among others.
A morning in the city's catholic primary school St. Raphael in Wetter (Ruhr)
Between 10:00 and 12:00 all relevant pictures and videos with the "Kidz" could be made.
By the evening of the same day the media were prepared and incorporated into the subsequent 8-minute video.
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Author: Torsten MÃ¼hlhoff
Title: The video for the project "My body belongs to me"
If you think that this project, which especially increases the self-esteem of children,
deserves a special award, you are welcome to like it on the
facebook page of the District 1900.
To do so, just scroll down a little on the
until you see the poster of the project ("project 1"; entry of 7 June 2016 11:50).
On June 18, 2016, the decision is made in the context of the District Conference in Essen.
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