The first stage was dedicated
to charity auction. The handmade contributions (puppets, embroideries) of the
participating children was displayed in the exhibition-auction. The raised fund
was handed over to the children of deceased soldiers in the war of 2008. Those
children were among invited guests.
In the second stage, students of Tbilisi №60 public school and deaf and hard of hearing students of №203 public school presented “Rasimon Gate” by the story of Rionoske Aqutagava.
In collaboration with British Organization “Children’s high Level Group“, the MES has been successfully
implementing “Civil activity support program”.
The program includes those public schools, which encompass childrens’ houses and public schools with specialized profiles. Different club activities (craftsmanship, sport, singing, dancing and etc…) are regularly held for twining purposes of the students of those schools. Joint events are the important components for inclusive education and civil education. The program also facilitates twining process of students of different social groups and capabilities and their involvement in public activities.