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Dancing animals, dancing Bulgarian and refugee kids

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27 children from Bulgarian, Roma, Iraqi, Syrian and Afghan background learned more about the dancing animals and each other in the National Museum of Natural History of Sofia on 15 May 2018. Their hosts were the amazing Bio games. The children came from 163 School and the Ovcha Kupel SAR center with the kind support of Caritas Sofia. They had an amazing day full knowledge, team work, fun and new friends.

We’d like to thank 163 School, Caritas Sofia, Polina Ganeva and Bio Igri.

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Our Multi Kulti Children’s Programme is running for a third year. It aims at bringing together Bulgarian and migrant/refugee children in order to overcome social barriers while participating in cultural, educational and sport events. Children and youth between the ages of 6 and 18 have the opportunity to get to know each other in a safe informal environment, to increase their knowledge and improve their skills, to have fun and create common memories and friendships. The Programme has been actively supporting the two-way integration and building bridges between different cultures thus enabling children to live in a community free from prejudice, discrimination and xenophobia.

In 2018, the Multi Kulti Children’s Programme is supported by 1000 km Balkan Charity Challenge through Platformata and private donations. Thank you!

Photos: Panayot Chafkarov