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Vincentians benefit from Mothers’ Union Parenting programme

Vincentians benefit from Mothers’ Union Parenting programme


The first leg of the Mothers’ Union Parenting Programme concluded on August 5, with twelve parents and caregivers, 10 females and two males receiving certificates of completion at a graduation ceremony held during Divine Worship at Holy Name Anglican Church, Sandy Bay.{{more}} Patricia Fraser was the main facilitator.

This followed on the heels of two other graduation ceremonies from the Parenting Programme at the St George’s Cathedral, Kingstown. The two programmes involved parents and caregivers of children of the Kingstown Anglican School and Vinsave and were facilitated by David Robin and Janice Fraser.

As in previous programmes, the sessions were held over an eight-week period and provided an opportunity for persons to share their experiences and interact with other parents and caregivers.

It continues to provide an environment of mutual support that increases confidence in handling a variety of issues affecting our children, and is in keeping with the objectives of the Worldwide Mothers’ Union, which include providing conditions in society favourable to stable family life and the protection of children.

Persons are encouraged to be part of the second leg of the programme which has already commenced.