To create a safe environment for centre users especially during this difficult time.
The centre provided a safe environment for over 200 centre users.
The activities provided at the centre include: Language classes for school children during week end, Table tennis sessions during weekends, Martial Arts, Charopids sessions weekdays.
Safety was ensured while at centre, as hand sanitisers were provided, face masks were required and COVID 19 signs were everywhere around the centre.
Over 200 males and females benefited from this funding, all who are regular centre uses. The age group varied from 10 – 75 years old.
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