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Allianz Malaysia brings less fortunate children to KidZania in conjunction with Children’s Day. 

On 10 November 2016, Allianz Malaysia organised a Road Safety Educational Programme for 37 children between ages 10 and 12 years old from Dignity for Children before taking them to KidZania for a fun-filled day. 

The programme emphasised on three main topics namely; pedestrian safety, vehicle safety and basic road signs. These were taught using various activities such as quizzes, educational videos, giant puzzles and road safety sign games. 

During the programme, Allianz Malaysia distributed its in-house designed Road Safety Tips booklets and reflective wristbands with the message “Be Safe, Be Seen” to the students who attended the programme. In addition, Allianz Malaysia also distributed Road Safety Tips Puzzles as a teaching tool for the teachers to facilitate road safety lessons. 

“The field trip was a wonderful educational experience for our students that provided hands-on learning opportunities that cannot be duplicated in the classroom. We are grateful to Allianz for giving us this opportunity,” said Norman Ng, Sales & Marketing Senior Executive of Dignity for Children.

On 17 November 2016, another trip to KidZania was held for 45 students from the CUED Speech Centre for hearing-impaired students. The children, aged from 7 to 17 years old, were able to participate fully in the activities through the use of CUED speech methodology and the guidance of their teachers.

Hajah Roslina Ahmad, Headmistress of the CUED Speech Centre commented, “The children had so much fun learning new things at KidZania and they will surely cherish this memory forever."

“KidZania is a great educational opportunity to teach children about their future career options. This Children’s Day, we wanted to take these children to the well-loved edutainment centre where they could experience interactive learning and real-life experiences,” said Ng Siew Gek, Head of Allianz4Good. 

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