The UK Embassy donates to Espaço Crianca with the support of the GDF

The UK Embassy donates to Espaço Crianca with the support of the GDF


“Families looking for UBSs are not necessarily in a comfortable position. So, softening this experience for children is essential” – Emiliano Abreu, Vice President of EAI

The Embassy of the United Kingdom in Brasilia, with the support of the Office of International Affairs of the Government of the Federal District (EAI/GDF), on Tuesday (5), participated in a delivery by the Adote um Espaço Crianca programme.

This initiative, which is part of the Vem Brincar Comigo campaign, coordinated by the Sub-President for Social Policies (SUBPS) of the GDF, made it possible to provide UBS 1 in Taguatinga with toys, mats, a children’s table and a children’s table. chairs, among other things.

“It is already the third year that we have opened these reception spaces,” EAI Vice President Emiliano Abreu reported. “Families seeking UBS are not necessarily in a comfortable position. So, softening this experience for children is essential. For EAI, it is also important to practice international cooperation, particularly with embassies here in Brasilia as vectors for this cooperation,” he adds.

This initiative made it possible to equip UBS 1 in Taguatinga with toys, mats, children’s table and chairs, among others | Photos: Glenio Dittmar

Vice President for Social Policy Anocha Soares explains that Wim Brinkar Comigo’s campaign “is the largest toy collection campaign in the Federal District”. “The goal is to bring joy and hope to children in situations of social vulnerability. Today’s work shows that solidarity has no boundaries,” says Anocha.

Acting Deputy Chief of Mission Christopher Wright, representing the UK Embassy, ​​said the initiative to collect the donated items came entirely from embassy staff: “We know spaces like this are very important for children’s development. We have spaces like this in the UK and the impacts are very positive. Hopefully. That many children have a happy time at this time.”

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This is also the vote for the DF Department of Health (SES) representative, Graciele Pollyanna. “Two years into the pandemic, being able to open up this corner will definitely make the place quieter and more enjoyable for the kids who use it. And he’s celebrating.

*With information from the GDF Office of International Affairs

Brasilia Agency * | Editing: Rosualdo Rodrigues

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