A Piece of Story from the Bambaungan Hamlet

LiterasiToday.Com, Bulukumba – Hamaika Project, the literacy community of a group of students from a secondary school, SMA 10 in Bulukumba Regency, South Sulawesi, again moved to explore remote areas.
 
Monday afternoon with rain, August 3, 2020, this time the Hamaika Project reached the Bambaungan Hamlet, Balantaroang Village, the most remote area in the Bulukumpa District area. The rain did not break the enthusiasm of the children to mingle with the books brought by the Hamaika Project.
 
Not only providing free reading books. The Hamaika Project reopens “wild class”, a term belonging to the Hamaika Project. They teach children to recognize letters, numbers, the pillars of Islam and the pillars of faith, and provide Covid-19 education to village children.
Not only providing free reading books. The Hamaika Project reopens “wild class”, a term belonging to the Hamaika Project. They teach children to recognize letters, numbers, the pillars of Islam and the pillars of faith, and provide Covid-19 education to village children.
“We also socialize about the importance of preserving traditional games. Previously, we played post-box games, flip-throws, and zig-zag mathematics.” Said Arzal, spokesperson for the Hamaika Project.
 
Different hamlets have different stories. Arzal said, the enthusiasm of the children in the Bambaungan hamlet to read books was extraordinary. The proof is they even read several book titles. To the extent that there are children who read books aloud.
“After the activity was over, there were even children who continued to read some books that he had not read. Enthusiastic was extraordinary. The children told me that they were happy when there were activities like this. They hoped that in their area there would also be a library for they are, “said Arzal. (*)

Editor: Alfian Nawawi

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