Denden kindergarten inaugurated in Asmara
March 10, 2013 — The AssItEr Onlus organization, a non-profit group that promotes development in Eritrea, has inaugurated a kindergarten named Denden in Asmara's Denden camp.
Denden school will accommodate 400 children between the ages of 2-6 and will feature 3 main classrooms, an office, kitchen, playground, bathrooms, including showers for students and staff.
Children who attend Denden will also receive a mandatory medical screening prevention by a cardiologist and an Italian pediatrician.
Prior to Denden's inauguration, the previous kindergarten accommodated 230 students, who were housed in 6 containers of 15 square meters, each lacking adequate water, furniture and electricity services.
Denden camp was originally founded by the Women's Association of Eritrea in 1996. It's a residential area occupied mostly by disabled veterans of the Eritrean Revolution.
|Denden Kindergarten consists of 400 square meters|
|Denden Kindergarten inauguration|
|Garden designed after Eritrea's outline|
|Students of Denden|
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