To enhance self Confidence
To enhance decision making power
To make them learn the importance of education
To make them able to do team work
To develop their Values
To develop their leadership quality
On the first day, the trainers asked the children to draw anything they would like on a piece of paper. Then they were asked to relate with their drawings to real-life happenings. After that, the trainer conducted a group play on the theme of problem-solving capacity. This was followed by a listing of the good qualities that the children have on their own. Then these trainers taught them how to develop these qualities without losing their values.
On the second day, a discussion on how to achieve life goals was held. Then a game was played on verbal & nonverbal communication. After that, the trainers sat with them and told them a story of an HIV infected family and asked them about their opinions about HIV/AIDS.
On the third day, the trainers discussed the process of goal setting. In the end, the trainer asked the children to give their feedback on the training and gave them their certificates and gifts.