MBL 2018 Yearly Plan
penisstretching MBL 2018 Yearly Plan
trapianto pene The Mothers’ Bridge of Love
(MBL Charity Registration No. 1105543)
fare crescere il pene MBL 3 Bridges: Between Birth and Adoptive Culture, Between China and the West, Between the Poor and the Rich
brustvergrößerung durch spritze Sharing Chinese culture, helping Chinese children.
filler seno costi Head Office: 9 Orme Court, London, W2 4RL, UK
Chinaese Weibo: http://www.weibo.com/mbllondon/home?wvr=5
(Fan WU, Leo, Frank, Chloe)
UK CACH / V&A MOC Events
(Ping LIN, Patrick, Yanhua, Yuyang ZHANG)
China Volunteer Centre
(Julie ZHU, PZG)
Jan to March
MBL & MOC Chinese New Year event on 10th , Feburay, 2018.
Performances include: Chinese music instruments, Chinese tea cermony, lion dance, singing, Chinese folk dance, tai chi and martial arts, etc.
MBL supports CACH adoptive family’s yearly gathering
CACH CONTACT (Chairman)
Mr Kieron Wilkinson
Team leader: Ping LIN & Bin TIAN
April to June
MBL volunteer yearly training by Xinran
July to Sep
Summer event with MOC
Moon festival event with MOC (Need to confirm with MOC about budget.)
Oct to Dec
HEARTFELT THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT TO MBL
SHARING CHINESE CULTRE FOR CHILDREN! XIEXIE NIN!
MBL volunteers from more than 20 countries all over the world joined MBL Team and participated in MBL projects and events. Every year MBL needs MORE VOLUNTEERS to lead and support our projects and events. If you would like to participate in any MBL on-going Projects mentioned above or become one of the Project Leaders, please do not hesitate to contact the team leader or firstname.lastname@example.org
MBL Project Policy and Records
(MBL Head Office must have all of Points step by step on time)
— 3 Points of setting up a Plan
(You should NOT start working on the Plan until MBL Head Office confirms it. Thanks!)
a, MBL minute (team’s idea/decision, simple 5Ws: When/Where/Who/What/How)
b, The programme (ideas for MBL Head Office’s meeting, detailed 5 Ws)
c, A policy of your budget (cost, cover, gain) and its fundraising possibility
— 3 Points of Working Plan
(You should confirm all of these with Head Office before you send them out)
a, (1.5 months before) working timetable (with office/partners/MBL volunteers) + networking with office (VIP/Media/Students/Others)
b, (1 month before) invitation/poster sending (@, mails, handing)
c, (1 week before) final programme/timetable for guests + final day schedule for volunteers
— 3 Points of the Records
(MBL Head Office needs these in one-week time after each project)
a, (1 week after) work report of the activities (based on 5 Ws)
b, (1 week after) news for MBL web/Facebook/Weibo/Twitter/Wechat (500 words with more photos/videos)
c, (1 week after) a statement of cost/gain (with all receipts and signed at least by two people)
General Guidance for MBL Volunteers working with Children/Adoptive Families
Since this might be the first time for some of MBL volunteers to be with MBL adoptive families (a very special group), for Child Safety, Security, Privacy, and Sensitivity purpose, we introduce a general guidance to MBL volunteers during events/activities involving children (including young people under the age of 18 years) and families below.
Please read the contents below carefully:
• Always be aware of the Fire Exit before events/activities start
• Maintain a Child Safety environment for children
• Treat children with respect, listen to and value their ideas and opinions and protect their well-being
• Be considerate in your actions through your use of language, presentation, manner and punctuality
• Respect the privacy of children and their families and only disclose information to people who have a need to know.
You SHOULD NOT:
• Use prejudice, sensitive words such as “abandon”, or any oppressive behaviour or language with children
• Give advice or suggestion on adoptive families’ decision on searching for birth parents or their relationship with birth parents… If adoptive families ask for this, them you should forward their enquiries to MBL Head Office.
• Share children & families’ photos through your personal networks
• Discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, culture, vulnerability or sexuality.
• Initiate unnecessary physical contact with children or do things of a personal nature that children can do for themselves.
• Enquiry about children/families’ contact details and develop ‘special’ relationships with specific children/families for your personal gains or your own needs
• Have contact with children/families outside of the MBL’s programs.