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The Salvation Army (Macau) Education Centre launch Morning Light Volunteer Programme 2019
to encourage youths to promote social inclusion
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Morning Light Volunteer Programme 2019, launched by The Salvation Army (Macau) Education Centre, is concluded successfully with a closing ceremony on 29 September, in which volunteers are recognised for their hard work, and share their experience and exposure. This programme aims at inspiring youngsters to serve the community and promote the message of social inclusion in the Greater Bay area.

The programme recruits 50 volunteers who are aged from 18 to 35, including volunteers from Wynn Care who spare their free time to join the voluntary work. The volunteers received training and taught the children who have special educational needs (SEN) discipline, pay attention in class, and more, in Hong Kong, Macau and Foshan. The programme received support from The Education and Youth Affairs Bureau of Macau and Wynn Care. Following this volunteer programme, The Salvation Army  launched the first ‘Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Inclusive Education Forum’, with the theme ‘Harmony in Diversity’, to invite professionals and expertise from Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau to explore the development of inclusive education and inspire more cooperation opportunities among the participated professionals and expertise.