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Be KIND to ourselves,

Be KIND to others,

Be KIND to our environment.

Encouraging positive behaviors in children impacts the quality and degree of harmony of interactions between them and their environment.

The development of areas such as physical health, participation in healthy social activities, academic pursuits, getting along with others (peers and family), following positive cultural norms and developing abstract values (such as integrity and empathy) are especially critical.


Over the course of the program, participants will be invited to adopt the KIND Mindset which states:


  • Be KIND to ourselves.

    • Intrapersonal - Self Awareness, Self Confidence, Physical Health, and Wellbeing.

  • Be KIND to others.

    • Interpersonal interactions with family, peers, adults.

  • Be KIND to our environment.

    • Interactions with the physical environment, community, country.

The learning outcomes of each development session reflects on one or more aspects of the KIND Mindset.


While KIND’s primary target population is children, the importance of having the parents of these children actively engaged is noted. As such, this component also includes a three-part parenting workshop that not only underscores the intentions of the program, but also provides pertinent information and skills that parents can use to reinforce what is being presented to the program participants.

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