Roughly 250,000 children will benefit from the national “Holidays for all” program which started on July 14 and will continue until September 4.
Initiated jointly by the Ministry of Youth, Culture, and Communication and the National Federation of Holiday Camps (FNCV), the 2022 edition should take advantage of the “Awrach” program aimed at generating 250,000 direct jobs, in order to ensure a better quality of supervision and diversify the entertainment programs within the summer camps.
The program revolves around several axes, in particular an offer of diversified quality services, the expansion of the number of beneficiaries, the targeting of children from rural areas, as well as the adoption of a participatory management approach.
Moreover, the program also includes fixed camps and local activities for children (07-15 years old), forums and educational activities for young people (15-18 years old), youth universities (18-25 years old ), training sessions, and study meetings (from 18 years and over).
45 summer centers will have to accommodate children. This year’s offer is divided into five stages spanning 10 days each. Several activities will be on the agenda to promote the development of children, with new disciplines such as robotics and coding.