Eco ger kindergarten campaign commences
Rotary Club of Ulaanbaatar Peace Avenue is working to establish an Eco ger kindergarten to have more children have access to early education in a safe and healthy environment.
Over 150 kindergartens are reportedly in need in the capital city and about 40 000 children are still unable to get early education. Inadequate access to kindergarten has an adverse impact on children’s development, future learning process and pose significant risks to children. To have these crucial needs met, Rotary Club of Ulaanbaatar Peace Avenue (RCUPA) is working to establish an Eco ger kindergarten to have more children have access to early education in a safe and healthy environment.
It is starting its project in most populated Songinokhairkhan district in the city and soon 35 children will be able to learn, play and even grow fruits and vegetables in their eco kindergarten. Individuals are also available to be a part and contribute to the Eco ger kindergarten campaign. Having educated in the eco kindergarten will not only allow them to learn basic pre-school education, but, also the understanding of nature and green environment more.