SUBA UDE provides physical, creative and emotional projects for displaced persons living in welfare camps in Sri Lanka. We focus on psychosocial needs beyond food, shelter and medicine.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Swimming, swimming in a swimming pool


Fearlessly heading into the deep


Great excuse for an English lesson


A New kind of pioneer


Just one of Indika's many talents...


Teaching kids to love water post-tsunami is no easy feat... unless
the instructor is a wildly energetic fish from southern California.
This month Heather kicked off a swimming class for affected kids.
Several times a week, she teaches water games, swimming techniques
and English. For more details on other tsunami relief water programs
and ocean based therapy, check out swimlanka.lk.

2 Comments:

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Swimming today. Not only do they have a good fitness book section, but they also have great articles on fitness. I was really impressed with the resources their webmster put together.

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