We are trying to make youth groups of south asia.If you are interested feel free to write and suggest what will be the best way to unite for peace. I think your experience and contribution will be really beneficial for south asian youths.
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I've got an idea... how about using the computers you have to set up a virtual community with each of the children playing a role? There could be municipal roles as well as familial roles. This way each student can learn about important issues, and how they impact the community. They can then use their creativity to build the necessary skills for sustainability and collaboration. Is that something you could do?
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