Attorney General Anand Ramlogan led “UNC Youths on a Mission” into yet another community as they continued their nationwide “Learn to Live” programme. The programme was launched two weeks ago at the South East Port-of-Spain Community Centre where over 500 school bags were distributed. Last Thursday a further 500 book bags was given out to needy children at Sukhan Trace, Barackpore
Yesterday the UNC Youth Arm led by the chairman Nicholas Morris were hard at work in the Endeavour, Chaguanas are where they assisted numerous families that were affected by Friday’s heavy flooding cause by the tornado. Several families complained that they had lost their children’s school supplies in the flood waters. Many parents cried that they were unable to afford new school supplies for their children.
UNC Youths on a Mission sprang into action and immediately collaborated with AG Ramlogan to assist the affected families. Today the AG led a delegation of youths from the UNC youth arm to visit the affected families. The AG and Mr. Morris distributed school bags, books and other basic school items to dozens of children.
Thereafter, the UNC Youths on a Mission rolled into Warner Village in and New Settlement in Chaguanas West where they were greeted by dozens of waiting school children. Schoolbags were distributed and the children were treated to ice cream by the Youth Arm.