What we do
NGO FAIR-PLAY helps disadvantaged children, families and communities, regardless their ethnicity, religion, disabilities or social status.
The NGO FAIR-PLAY activities focus on protecting vulnerable and underprivileged children from large low-income families.
The youngest chilren grow up and get educated like a family. Three of them follow the
kindergarden, and others school and highschool.Their main schedule is about educational
and leisure activities.
The social care service
The social care service concentrates on social workers following up the
beneficiary family, trying to find the best solutions to the family's
problems. The beneficiaries are informed about the public and NGO services
they have access to, they get help in filing for social dwellings,
child benefit supplement or employment. In family crisis situations,
material support is granted, for clothing and school supplies for children.
As part of medical counselling , NGO FAIR-PLAY carry out health education
activities and check up periodically the children. Moreover, the beneficiaries
get more access to medical services and receive free medication, whenever needed.
The psychologists run individual or group psychological counselling as well as
school and vocational guidance for the children trying to choose a line of work.
The children with a low intellectual level are directed towards special education
institutions, and those with learning difficulties are helped to acquire learning
techniques suiting their potential. Children and parents are counselled on family
and couple relations, on emotional and physical abuse, as well as on behaviour
disorders and adjustment difficulties.
Tutoring held by specialised staff is provided for all the children.
The Romanian and Mathematics tutoring attracts especially 8 th and 12 th graders,
getting ready for high school or university admission exams.
Our staff also focuses on providing leisure activities that all children enjoy.
During holidays, but also during school time, various activities are held:
drama club, painting, drawing, reading, tailoring, foreign language courses.
The little ones are also fond of sports, dancing, trips and events organised on
Our staff aim at improving child-parent relations, and children's communication
and problem-solving skills.
Help for disabled children
Special education teachers help mentally disabled children and children with speech
and hearing disorders develop their communication skills, correct their speech problems,
and enrich their vocabulary. As part of the disabled children assistance, these children's
parents get counselling to improve the child-parent relations and the family support for