Reduction in Aggressive Behaviour

posted by System Account
October 21, 2009

  • Children in Azerbaijan reported that Right To Play helped them become less aggressive and argumentative and helped them differentiate between "good" and "bad".
  • Parents in Rwanda said that as a result of participating in Right To Play games and activities, their children were less inclined to engage in negative or destructive behaviours.
  • Parents in Sierra Leone felt that involvement with the Right To Play program enabled some children to interact better with their peers, and that troublesome and violent behaviour diminished.
  • Approximately 70 per cent of Leaders in Makeni, Sierra Leone and 90 per cent of Leaders in Freetown, Sierra Leone said that participating in Right To Play programming provided children with something positive in which to engage.