Multifunctional Center Sofia - Tulcea
Multifunctional Center Sofia is a social service community subordinated to the Directorate of Social Assistance and Protection of Tulcea without legal personality, established by the program of the R10 project "Children and young people at risk and local and regional initiatives to reduce inequalities national and promoting inclusion social" (CORAI) - financed by the European Economic Area Financial mechanism 2009-2014.
Multifunctional Center Sofia is based in Victoriei street, no.101Tulcea.
Life of the center is at least 5 years of completion of the contract, ie 30.04.2016.
The center's mission: to improve the situation of children at risk, especially Roma children by valuing child and awareness by parents / guardians of their responsibilities in raising, caring for and educating their children.
During the course of environmental education, in addition to informal meetings that children have them with their educational instructors in which they find out interesting and important things about ecology and the practical one in which they clen up the zones surrounding the center, the children were invited to write an essay in which they propose solutions to protect the environment.
There have also been evaluated their knowledge too.
Each child who is admitted under the program center is carefully observed by the educational instructors, but also by the other staff of the center to track their evolution, to see if they have mastered the concepts learned at the center, to observe their behavior and attitude in relation to other colleagues.
In this regard there have been chosen six of the children who showed selflessness, teamwork and who learned to pass on the information received.
December is a month of good deeds, the good thoughts, is a month in which we try to lean more on our neighbours and try, as far as we can, to bring joy to those around us either through a good word, either by a gesture or giving them gifts that throughout the month of December is considered the gifts month.
In this regard it has been thought out the visit of our children from Multifunctional Centre Sofia at the grandparents living at the Centre for the Elderly St. Nectarios in Tulcea.
In the fourth day of "Open Doors" Directorate of Social Assistance and Protection Tulcea, Tulcea high school students visited the Multifunctional Centre Sofia.
Thank you students and teachers from the College "Anghel Saligny" Dobrogean College "Spiru Haret" School of Art "George Georgescu" High School "Grigore Moisil" and High Technology "Ion Mincu"!
In the Multipurpose Center Sofia was organized a literary circle of literary and artistic activity that aimed at developing artistic imagination and creativity and encouraging children's interest in books.
Children who have expressed desire to participate in the literary circle had composed poems, reciting one or more poems or complete an essay titled "An event of my life."
Children's works were evaluated by a panel of three members of the center, commission established winners and three children with the best works were rewarded each with a deck of cards.
Friday, 04.11.2016 a number of 88 children, with best results at school, center frequency and involvement in activities of the center, accompanied by six parents and six members of the implementation team went on a trip to Bucharest with objectives Village Museum and the Zoo.
The trip was aimed at enriching the cultural horizon, knowledge of folk traditions remain, strengthening school knowledge, learn new social experiences, strengthening relationships between children, beneficiaries of the services offered through the center.
One of the activities within the Multifunctional Centre Sofia is the health education supported by the health mediator.
During health education is very important for growth and development in children as it teaches children basic concepts of personal hygiene, nutrition and environmental health, activity and rest. The course is as recipients of services offered through the Centre to assimilate the concepts learned in class and to pass on to family and community.