Rehabilitation School constructed by AMURT & AMURTEL in Myanmar. Myanmar housing A sample of the 300+ houses build in Maynamar for victims of Cyclone Nargis Inside one of the 300+ houses constructed in Myanmar for the victims of the 2008 cyclone Nargis. A sample of the 300+ houses build in Maynamar for victims of Cyclone Nargis The Children Friendly Spaces (CFS) also provide several toys to develop the children's creativity. One of the toys is paraffin which can be transformed to unlimited various shapes. This will offer unlimited creativity for the children The materials given in the CFS are also taught with various position to make the children fresh and not bored. On of the goal of this CFS program is to increase the confidence of the children. This is done by asking them to perform in front of the class, and the rest of the class must appreciate their performing friend. The CFS's teachers also insert some simple physical exercises to the children in the trauma healing activities because children, in nature, love physical activites. Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) is a program to provide catering to children aged between 3 and 6 years old. It includes playgroup activity, informal education, trauma healing & supplementary feeding (1 cooked lunch a day and BP5 multi-nutrient biscuits). The distribution of BP’5 concentrated food biscuits is part of the Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) Feeding Program. The CFS provides 1 cooked lunch a day and BP5 multi-nutrient biscuits. Like Thanaka, the yellowish face powder which is used by most Burmesse girl for 2000 years and proven good for their face, this BP5 multi-nutrient biscuits are also good for these children. Good in taste and also good in nutrition. The parents are introduce to the CFS. They were given explanation about the benefit of the CFS for their children and also about the facilities and features of the CFS. Not only the CFS (Children Friendly Spaces) provide the learning and playing environment for the children, the CFS also provide nutrition program for the kids. However, for the children in this rural area of Myanmar, it was the first experience playing with didactic toys and performing arts. The teachers in the Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) are giving the class with a full love & compassion just like a mother to her children. Children do love toys and most of them will forget anything else once they have toys in their hands. The CFS also provide some toys that are not only fun for them but also will help them develop their creativity. The Child Friendly Spaces (CFS)s are also equipped with toilet facility to educate the children about the importance of hygiene and sanitation. Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) are designed as a place for the children to play and learn an dmost importantly to relief them from the horrible trauma caused by the Devastating Cyclone Nargis. Sister Anjar conducting a game Children playing with toys donated by UNICEF Sister Anjar, coordinator, training the local teachers Sister Nang Tawm, coordinator, explaining to the parents about CFS during the inauguration CFS teachers from the villages Temporary school latrins under construction in Burma Temporary school under copnstruction in Myanmar Temporary school under copnstruction in Myanmar Temporary school under copnstruction in Myanmar Temporary school conducted in Monestary -13 views Temporary school in Myanmar Engineer on site making evaluation Thousands of families still live like this That is what is left of his house Asseessment in Pyapon for re-construction Asseessment in Pyapon for Child Friendly Spaces Assessment with young mayor of Gue Gon AMURT CFS in-charge with children For the children in this rural area of Myanmar, it was the first experience playing with didactic toys and performing arts. All the activities are guided by the gentle care of the teachers. The CFS structures consist of a timber frame with a tin roof and wooden floor. Our engineers designed special filtering systems for proper excreta disposal in flooded areas. Modern tiled kitchens ensure quick and easy implementation.