Vizita de monitorizare United Way Romania la A.C.T.O.R. -31.10.2013

Programele e animatie clinica pentru copii cu perioada lunga de spitalizare- Maria, Constantin si Dumitru,  sunt finantate cu sprijinul United Way Romania- http://www.unitedway.ro/romana/

O noua vizita a celor care ne sprijina cele trei programe de animatie clinica pentru copii cu perioada lunga de spitalizare- Maria, Constantin si Dumitru a avut loc pe 31 octombrie 2013. Trei reprezentati ai ”United Way- Romania” au vizitat Spitalul Lacul Bucura- Sectia de pediatrie a Institutului de pneumoftiziologie Marius Nasta pentru a intelege si cunoaste mai  indeaproape cum lucreaza in spitale voluntarii romani alaturi de voluntarii A.C.T.O.R. aflati in Serviciul European de Voluntariat. Aflati pentru prima data in acest spital, cei trei reprezentanti ai ”United Way- Romania” au intalnit o echipa de 7 voluntari: straini (Mantvydas, Vaida- Lituania, Marisa- Italia, Frej- Danemarca) si 3 romani (Andreea si Andrei elevi la Scoala Centrala alaturi de coordonatorul echipei-Valentina).

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Mantvydas incerca sa-i invete cateva acorduri de chitara pe cativa adolescenti, Andrei lucra de zor la constructia unui turn de plastilina alaturi  de “amicul lui” poreclit “Pinochio”, Andreea invata fetitele mai mici sa faca fundite si broscute origami. Frej si Marisa prezentau copiilor un joc, iar cei mici le urmareau cu atentie toate miscarile.

Camaruta mica unde de obicei voluntarii isi desfasoara activitatile, s-a umplut repede  iar cei mici priveau uimiti la cei care ii viziteaza.

Reprezentatii ”United Way- Romania”, impresionati de mediul in care voluntarii si beneficiarii isi petrec fiecare dupa amiaza de marti si joi: camaruta de spital, mica dar prietenoasa, echipa de “vizitatori” ne-a vizitat apoi la sediul A.C.T.O.R. Asteptati cu bunatati si entuziasm, cei trei au intalnit o parte din echipa de coordonare a asociatiei. Au urmat discutii interesante, cu momente de nostalgie sau cu momente amuzante in care echipa delegata de ”United Way- Romania”, a putut cunoaste si intelege ce reprezinta pentru A.C.T.O.R. programul de animatie clinica pentru copii cu perioada lunga de spitalizare- Maria, Constantin si Dumitru. La plecare au primit diverse materiale promitionale ale proiectelor noastre si in plus o delicata lebada origami, un mic simbol pe care atunci cand o vor privi isi vor aminti de munca voluntarilor si de bucuria copiilor bolnavi la vederea vizitatorilor.

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A new visit of those who support our programs about animation clinic for children –Maria and Dumitru Constantin took place on 31 October 2013. Three representatives of United Way visited Lacul Bucura Hospital – Department of Pediatrics of Marius Nasta Pneumology Institute. The idea of this visit was to understand and to get familiar with the activities that the European and Romanian volunteers together are having in hospitals.

For the first time in the hospital, the three representatives of United Way Romania met a team of 7 volunteers, foreigners (Mantvydas, Vaida, Marisa, Frej) and 3 Romanians (Andreea and Andrei from Scoala Centrala with their coordinator Valentina). Mantvydas was trying to teach some guitar chords on some teens, Andrei busily working to build a plasticine tower with his buddy nicknamed “Pinocchio”, Andreea, as always was teaching some girls to make bows and origami frogs. Marisa and Frej from Denmark and Italy were playing with children a funny childhood game involving moves and steps.

The small room where the volunteers usually do their job was quickly filled and at the children were staring at the new people who came to visit them. Amazed by the environment in which the volunteers are spending time every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon in a hospital room, small but friendly the team of “visitors” then visited us at the A.C.T.O.R. headquarter. Waited with kindness and enthusiasm, the three met the coordinating team of the association. An interesting discussion started, followed by funny or nostalgia moments, but in the end the team delegated by United Way could know and understand what means for A.C.T.O.R. the animation clinic for children programs-Maria and Dumitru Constantin. On departure they received an origami swan, which with every glance at it they will remember the work of volunteers and the children’s joy at the sight of visitors.

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