Children who suffer from autism, Down syndrome and mental retardation from a auxiliary school in Chisinau are making their own Easter presents.
A charity fair is organized in Capital for money donation aimed to purchase wood-processing machine. It will ease manual works.
Within the event, children exhibited their creation.
Vera Şova knew her boy diagnosed with autism when he was just 4 years old. He's studying now in 4th class in auxiliary school and joined making objects for the fair with his friends.
"I made an egg and decorated with string and stones", said the boy.
The children were working under guidance of Technological Education professors.
"It's difficult but it's pleasure. Because it's their will", said ANATOLIE STAVILA, professor of Technological Education.
In order to purchase a wood-processing machine, auxiliary school need to gather €700.
"We will use all money to buy materials necessary for their creation", said NATALIA VOINU, director of auxiliary school no.7.
Visitors also felt happy and surprise with objects made by the children.
"Their works are so impressive made by special children", said a visitor.
There are around 70 children attending the auxiliary school no.7. This's 3rd Easter charity fair the school have organized.