Yangon Thar Blogspot

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There was an eventful process of bringing the clothes to Yangon, to say the least. Just over an hour from Yangon, Han Thar Gardens is the perfect retreat outside this busy city. Contributions to Blog - Project Yangon The Yangon project's two key programs are healthcare screenings and school-based healthcare upbringing. Apprentices from the Golden Lotus Academy will join us for these events. In the past two working nights we have conducted trainings in the Academy to prepare them for healthcare screenings and educational work.

During the first training session we went through the screenings and questionnaires with the students. Students were also divided into groups according to their allocated area. The PY members of each ward then went through the detailed screenings. In addition, we presented our Adopt-a-Village piloting program to the students, in which some of them will be participating in the course of next year.

During the second part of the seminar, we discussed the health-behavior model and other framework conditions that can be used as a guideline when offering life-style counselling to help village people stay healthy. Like on the first two days, the participants were divided into smaller groups to perform a role-playing game with the PY members while using the information we gave them.

During the afternoons we tried the school health education activities with the students to make sure they knew how to do it. Everything went well on both of those dates and we are grateful. We will not be able to run these trainings so well without their expertise and assistance for our work.

You were able to support the students with your specialist knowledge and bilingual skills. In addition to the commitment of the head coaches, the students' excitement throughout the entire course was encouraging. Because what would Project Yangon be without their collaboration? The time and expense involved in organising the programme of action is irrelevant if the students are not involved.

Hopefully one time Shwe Pyi Thar will no longer need the Yangon project. This will be a long trial, but the students' positivity in the last two working nights gives us a lot of hopes. In the last few working hours with the apprentices, we made many new friends.

We' re looking forward to the next few outings! The Yangon project's two key programs are healthcare screenings and school-based healthcare upbringing. Apprentices from the Golden Lotus Academy will join us for these events. In the past two working nights we have conducted trainings in the Academy to prepare them for healthcare screenings and educational work.

During the first training session we went through the screenings and questionnaires with the students. Students were also divided into groups according to their allocated area. The PY members of each ward then went through the detailed screenings. In addition, we presented our Adopt-a-Village piloting program to the students, in which some of them will be participating in the course of next year.

During the second part of the seminar, we discussed the health-behavior model and other framework conditions that can be used as a guideline when offering life-style counselling to help village people stay healthy. Like on the first two days, the participants were divided into smaller groups to perform a role-playing game with the PY members while using the information we gave them.

During the afternoons we tried the school health education activities with the students to make sure they knew how to do it. Everything went well on both of those dates and we are grateful. We will not be able to run these trainings so well without their expertise and assistance for our work.

You were able to support the students with your specialist knowledge and bilingual skills. In addition to the commitment of the head coaches, the students' excitement throughout the entire course was encouraging. Because what would Project Yangon be without their collaboration? The time and expense involved in organising the programme of action is irrelevant if the students are not involved.

Hopefully one time Shwe Pyi Thar will no longer need the Yangon project. This will be a long trial, but the students' positivity in the last two working nights gives us a lot of hopes. In the last few working hours with the apprentices, we made many new friends.

We' re looking forward to the next few outings!

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