outreach programmes

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  • Each outreach programme is agreed with the individual and designed to meet their needs.
  • The village has also played host to a series of annual Christian outreach programmes in recent years.
  • An outreach programme is intended for individuals and groups in the community.
  • They are also very active in community, charity, cultural and prison outreach programmes.
  • It runs a day-care center and various community outreach programmes to support socially weak families.
  • As part of an outreach programme, it will carry the names of selected children, along with wishes they have made.
  • This outreach programme was extended to primary school students, the elderly and the community groups in the recent years.
  • He conducted one of the most sought after medical outreach programmes during his political campaign in 2001.
  • In addition, he leads a substantial outreach programme involving school students, teachers and the general public.
  • It has a community outreach programme and runs courses each year in several printmaking processes.
  • The society has an active public outreach programme.
  • It also runs several other activities including master classes, outreach programmes and a generous scholarship scheme.
  • Each ministry has a co-ordinating team and a set of formation and outreach programmes.
  • The theatre grew out of church outreach programme for Calgary youth.
  • Outreach programmes also include working with local schools, artistic companies, other venues, and festivals.
  • Circomedia also runs an outreach programme for local young people.
  • In addition to the new infrastructure, there are also new outreach programmes.
  • Regular community outreach programmes are organised in rural areas to provide quality eye care and to create eye care awareness among the rural population.
  • The last four on this list were Russian seamen attending the service as part of a church outreach programme.
  • Various teams across Canada have outreach programmes at local primary and secondary school where kidditch is played as an after-school programme.
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