On December 15, Moldovan Young European Ambassadors (YEAs) visited the School for Children with Visual Impairments, presenting the EU’s history, values, and collaborations with Moldova. The focus was on emphasizing youth opportunities like Erasmus+ and EU4Youth Alumni. The event concluded with the distribution of small prizes for the participants.
Face-to-Face Communication Reach: 40
Social Media Reach: 2300+
Collaboration: The event was conducted in collaboration with The School for Children with Visual Impairments Administration, demonstrating a partnership that enabled the successful organization and execution of the event. This collaboration emphasized the commitment to inclusivity and accessibility in spreading awareness about the EU.
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