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ADRA Romania Supports Over 400 Children from Vulnerable Families

The "I want to go to school!" project supports hundreds of children in Romania

Romania | ADRA Romania, EUDnews

The ADRA project "I want to go to school!" wants to support good, hardworking, diligent children at school who are appreciated by the local authorities and have good academic results, even though they come from vulnerable families and are constantly threatened by the risk of dropping out of school.

So far, 436 children from vulnerable families have been supported. 

"I am grateful to God because this year, at the beginning of the school year, ADRA started a new edition of the project ‘I want to go to school!’" said Gabriela Istrate, ADRA Romania project manager. “We fight for education because we know that it is the key that can change the direction of a child from a disadvantaged background and open his eyes to a different perspective of life.”

Istrate concluded, “Through the ‘I want to go to school!’ project, we fight for fulfilled dreams, for hopes planted in the soul, and for the joy brought to the eyes of children, thanks to our sponsors, local volunteers and collaborators.” 

ADRA Romania

Since 1990, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency in Romania (ADRA Romania) has been particularly involved in development projects that benefit the entire population. Leading the projects undertaken according to the motto "Justice. Compassion. Love.," ADRA Romania brings joy and hope to the lives of the beneficiaries by promoting a better future, values, ​​and human dignity. 

 

As an accredited social service provider, ADRA Romania is part of the ADRA International network, the global humanitarian organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, one of the most widespread non-governmental organizations in the world. ADRA International is active in more than 118 countries and guided by a philosophy that combines compassion with a practical spirit, addressing people in need without racial, ethnic, political, or religious distinctions, with the aim of serving humanity so all may live together as God intended.

The original article was published on the ADRA Romania Romanian-language website.

 

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