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Integrated Summer Arts Program
Children are highly more involved to partake in risk-taking behaviours especially during the summer since there are no classes. The Integrated Summer Arts Workshop aim to divert their energies during the summer to more productive and meaningful activities,tap the creative potentials of children, and use this potential to express child rights advocacy and issues through a culminating performance in the communities. It mainly uses the following art forms: THEATRE, MUSIC, DANCE, VISUAL ART, AND PUBLIC SPEAKING. Each summer has a corresponding theme to advocate for certain issues in line with child rights advocacy.