On 16 December 2016 (Fri), 9am to 12.15pm, children and their parents came together to experience real farming at Kok Fah Technology Farm (18 Sungei Tengah Rd, S698974) and learn how World Vision is helping to eradicate hunger.
The event was fully subscribed and highlights included:
- Being a farmer for a day: Participants got hands-on with various farming activities and had a taste of challenges poor families face
- Stepping in the shoes of poor farmers: Children grew in empathy and gratitude as they embarked on a unique journey with their parents
- Helping families combat poverty: Families understood how sustainable farming gives children access to nutritious food and better well-being
Play is one of the most effective forms of learning! On 19 November 2016 (Sat), 4pm – 7pm, at Duxton Plain Park, children and parents came to bond meaningfully and cultivate empathy by immersing in the life of a needy family. This event was made possible by the kind support of PlaystreetsSG, a programme of the Singapore Wellness Association.
- Modelling positive values
Families participated in scenarios to see if they can break out of the poverty trap
- Raising global citizens
Young children learnt about food security, clean water, education, healthcare, disaster relief and more
- Bonding as a family
In this digital age, parents took the chance to interact with their children in this outdoor survival adventure
To customise a Family Survival Challenge event with World Vision for your school, church or private event, please contact Ms Kwan Hui Xian at firstname.lastname@example.org or 6922 0115.