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Weather – Sports no obstacle: in Kiev opened section of table tennis for children of immigrants


In Zaporozhye religious center “Rehovot” opened its doors section of table tennis for children of immigrants. Now the boys can exercise at any time as a table tennis set in playroom.

“In rainy weather the children all spend more time indoors, where they do not have mobile games – said the head of the regional office of the” Advocacy and Legal Assistance of internally displaced persons in Ukraine “Zaporizhia Oblast Victoria Salomatyna – now boys can spend more time together because in the games room all the conditions for a game of table tennis. I am confident that through this prize they will find new friends. Boys can play not only with each other but also with local children, and even with their parents. We are pleased that we were able to arrange for all residents of the collective center of a holiday! “.

The opening section of table tennis was initiated by activists IDPs living in collective center “Rehovot”. Their desire was supported ACF “right to protection” and the Danish Refugee Council, according to the project “Advocacy and Legal Assistance of internally displaced persons in Ukraine”.

“Very pleased that we have the opportunity to play ping-pong with our children. Now they will be able to develop physically, spend time together. This is exactly what you need “- shared his impressions of the collective center resident Tatiana. – When the spring – we can make a table outside and play in the fresh air.

The boys enthusiastically reacted to the appearance of the tennis table and immediately pryynyalysya demonstrate their skills. Players enjoyed success, and encouraged their fans. According to organizers, the young tennis players who are just taking the first steps in this sport will be able to visit section and hone their skills, and for those guys who have a good command of the racket, the staff of the center and parents are going to organize the amateur tournaments that are open to all attend.

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