by Amal Malik, Co Founder SEPLAA Young Leaders’ Club For our third activity with special children, we planned a puppet show on the theme ‘personal hygiene’. Dina and I planned a small script and we both performed in front of around 60 special children. The children loved the play and I wish we had made it a little longer! They were eager to answer questions and laughed at the funny parts. Next time, we know what areas to work on!
by Amal Malik, Co Founder SEPLAA Young Leaders’ Club The Rising Sun Institute invited the SEPLAA Young Leaders Club to take part in a Seminar on Inclusive Education. I attended and learnt a lot about the various policy loop holes, difficulties of the physically challenged and the importance of inclusive education. Inclusive education means that normal and special children study side by side so that the special ones don’t feel neglected and the normal ones learn empathy. The SEPLAA Young