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Teach Your Child to Respect Women

As always, Just Play organized kid’s festival to help children understand the meaning of life.
This week in Luganville, Santo and also on the island of Emae, and Malekula.
Just Play coordinator in Vanuatu, Rorona Kalsakau praised his volunteers again for helping out to organize the three festival to help the kids to respect their mum.
“One of the most important values you can teach your child is how to respect their mum.” Said Rorona Kalsakau.
“Children, especially young children, learn to respect others by modeling behavior.”
“Children learn appropriate and respectful behaviour by observing the behaviour of those around them.” She said.
“Treat all of the women in your life with fairness and equality.”
“Treat all women in the manner in which you would like to be treated.”
“Value the women in your life.”
“Your child will learn to respect women from observing your respectful behaviour towards women.” She concluded.
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About OFC
OFC is charged with the task of servicing and administering football in the Oceania region while also using the game as a tool for social development. The Confederation is led by OFC President David Chung who was elected to office in 2011.
The OFC Just Play Programme is designed and monitored by the OFC Social Responsibility department, in partnership with Australian Aid, New Zealand Government, Football Federation Australia, UEFA Foundation for Children and UNICEF.
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About Just Play
The OFC Just Play Programme is a sport for development programme that helps children to grow, learn and explore through sport. Just Play gives a child a ball, a coach and a safe place to play. The programme shows children how to have fun with other children, be physically active and become confident in their abilities. Through the integration of social messages, Just Play helps children to develop healthy lifestyle habits, encourages gender equality and leaders in the community, promotes social inclusion and insists on sport for all.
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