Teach­ing to stay safe in emergencies Ke­limu fund for chil­dren’s growth

China Daily (USA) - - BUSINESS -

China Chil­dren and Teenagers’ Foun­da­tion and health­care com­pany Joy­main jointly held a charity ac­tiv­ity for young chil­dren in south­east­ern China’s Fu­jian province on Aug 27, to teach stu­dents about stay­ing safe and cop­ing in emergencies. At the ac­tiv­ity, or­ga­niz­ers in­stalled six ex­pe­ri­ence zones where more than 100 chil­dren and their par­ents learned first-aid, in­clud­ing how to ban­dage wounds. They also learned meth­ods to es­cape from fire via games led by vol­un­teers. Many at­ten­dees said that the chil­dren not only The Ke­limu Fund for Chil­dren’s Growth, de­signed to help the healthy growth of im­pov­er­ished chil­dren from north­west China’s Xin­jiang Uygur au­ton­o­mous re­gion and other re­gions, was of­fi­cially kicked off. It was jointly launched by the China Chil­dren and Teenagers’ Foun­da­tion and Ke­limu, an eth­nic Uygur artist, at a cer­e­mony held in Bei­jing on Aug 30. At the in­au­gu­ra­tion cer­e­mony, Hotan Li­tian Steel Struc­ture Co Ltd and ZhengzhouHope In­vest­men­tHold­ing Co Ltd

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