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On June 5, 2019 representatives of the Center “Chovekolubie” attend a final conference in Sofia on the international project “The martial arts as tool towardst inclusion”, co-funded under the Erasmus + program of the European Union. The Initiative is by the Marie Curie Association – MCA / Plovdiv, Bulgaria / – a non-governmental organization working for social integration and professional realization of people with disabilities.
Participants have been the opportunity to get acquainted with the results of the project, realized in partnership with organizations from Belgium, Turkey, Greece and Bulgaria. An emphasis was placed on the application of martial arts as a means of education and social inclusion of children and adults with disabilities. Good practices and innovations have been shared – introducing martial arts into a school with pupils in unequal social status, training people with special needs, online training, etc. The participants were impressed by the demonstrations of adapted martial arts techniques.
Representatives of the Center “Chovekolubie” exchanged experience with the organizers of the project and discussed opportunities for the future partnerships.
On April 18, 2019, the Center “Chovekolubie” celebrated the Easter with on a solemn lunch. The members of Club “Vkusno” prepared a festive lunch with products donated by the Bulgarian Red Cross, cozunacies and painted Easter eggs.
Guest of the celebration was Victoria Kuzermanova – a lecturer in literature and an associate, who delivered a poetic recital dedicated to the April uprising. With her author’s poems, she awakened in the participants of a spirit of patriotism and respect to the feat of our ancestors.
During the week Center “Chovekolubie” received ton and a half of the help from the Bulgarian Red Cross – Pazardzhik. The help is from the European Union, the Fund for Assistance to the Most Deprived Persons.
Users of the Center from Pazardzhik, September, Chernogorovo and others received 16 kinds of products of first necessity – oil, sugar, rice, canned, etc.
With the donation from the Bulgarian Red Cross the users will provide their living and will celebrate the Easter.