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GSK Romania and Ovidiu Rom to develop regional educational projects worthEUR 150,000 investment in the next 3 years

2012-06-18 17:23:39

Ovidiu Rom association, with its most know local ambassador and co-founder Leslie Hawke and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Romania announced the start of 18 local health and health a\educational programs to benefit of EUR 150,000 woth financings in the next 3 years, as part of the larger program „Fiecare Copil în Gradinita” (Every child in preschool and kindergarten). The two companies announced that the projects address the most urgent need for education in hygiene and health for children in the poorest social communities. The funds will be used for four activity categories: disease prevention, growing medical access for children, facilitating professional forming of sanitary mediators and health educations for parents of these communities. 
This year, Ovidiu Rom launched the third season of multi-year public awareness campaign “Fiecare Copil in Gradinita (Every child in preschool and kindergarten) is everyone’s responsibility”, that stresses stresses children’s need for challenging mental activities from age 3  and the importance of early education. Last year, Ovidiu Rom extended the “Fiecare Copil in Gradinita “ program to 20 communities in 12 counties, serving 1400 children, setting a long-term goal, to turn  the program into a public policy by 2020.



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