SUMMER BOOT CAMP
We invite parents to register children 3+ for a free Summer Boot Camp
With school out of session and little going on, summer can be a difficult time for children. That’s why Nuru Training Association in partnership with Canadian Federal Government and the City of Surrey started Summer Boot Camp. This program, open to kids ages 3 to 14, meets every day throughout the summer. Every day of camp center around a theme, like “Bible and Gospels” or “kid workshops,” and campers fill the day with fun activities related to the theme.
Whether it’s activities like soccer and art, or just playing with new friends, Summer Boot Camp enables children to have fun in a safe, educational environment. For Kids, that kind of environment isn’t always easy to find. That makes Summer Camp all the more important.
Five days a week, Summer Boot Camp might play soccer. The next, it could focus on an art project, or a presentation. The diverse range of activities keeps participants engaged and encourages them to learn.
First Annual International Women's Day Celebration Dinner
Gender Equality today for a sustainable tomorrow
This International Women’s Day, 8 March, join Nuru Training Association and the world in coming together under the theme “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow”, and call for climate action for women, by women.
With the latest data, we now understand the vital link between gender, social equity and climate change, and recognize that without gender equality today, a sustainable future, an equal future, remains out of reach.
Women and girls experience the greatest impacts of the climate crisis as it amplifies existing gender inequalities and puts women’s lives and livelihoods at risk. Across the world, women depend more on, yet have less access to, natural resources, and often bear a disproportionate responsibility for securing food, water, and fuel.
As women and girls bear the burden of climate impacts, they are also essential to leading and driving change in climate adaption, mitigation and solutions. Without the inclusion of half of the world's population, it is unlikely that solutions for a sustainable planet and a gender equal world tomorrow will be realized.
This International Women’s Day, the Nuru Training Association is presenting first annual international women's day celebration dinner with a focus on financing for gender-just climate solutions, increasing women’s leadership in the green economy, building women’s and girls resilience to climate impacts and disasters and increasing the use of data on gender equality and climate.
Join us in celebrating all the ways women and girls are taking climate action at all levels, and help elevate their voices and support their work.