The Orphan Care Centre, Dreama, welcomed around 100 students of the 11th batch of the National Service Academy to learn about the types of services being offered by the Centre for the targeted categories.
The National Service Academy students watched the introductory presentation offered by the Media and Communication Team on Dreama’s vision as a pioneering centre in providing care for the orphans and integrating them into the society.
They also got to know about the centre’s plans in the field of education and methods of care and services provided to the children by securing alternative fostering families for the children and ensure their stability with these families.
During the visit, the Community Outreach Office team accompanied the visiting delegation in a tour across Dreama’s facilities, including the medical clinic, Academic Support Villa and the Club.
At the end of the visit, the National Service Academy students delivered a word of gratitude and appreciation for Dreama and its staff for their important role.
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