Adeje Ayuntamiento and a number of NGOs and residents’ associations have been involved in recent weeks on a project to bring together ideas and suggestions from Adeje’s younger residents about what is important in their lives. It will all come together between 10am and 6pm this Saturday, 19 November, in the town’s Plaza César Manrique (see map below), to celebrate Universal Children’s Day with a range of workshops and activities.
The council says that many different cultures and religions are represented in the community, and this project has involved them as well as professionals in related fields, all working towards the one goal – putting the rich diversity that Adeje represents at the disposals of all of the municipality’s young people, and attempting to guarantee that they and their families are happy and living a good life.
Councillor Zebenzui Chinea Linares said that “What we are hoping to do with this initiative is to continue to gather contributions towards the construction of a more hopeful tomorrow for our children who are both the present and the future of our borough. Over the last months we have been delighted to see the novel, excellent ideas that the children have come up with, many of which we will be implementing in part if not in full, for the benefit of all of the people of Adeje”.