Enlitech cares about education and donates books to help elementary school children grow up in reading!
Enlitech has joined hands with Rotary Club to donate educational picture books to five elementary schools to help children read and grow. At the Rotary Clubs’ joint meeting, Kaohsiung Club, Renai Club, and Happy Heart Club invited Dr. Guo Hechang to give a speech on “Kawasaki disease that hurts the heart”.
Dr. Kuo said that Kawasaki disease has a special relationship with the “5”: it occurs under the age of 5, has a high fever for more than 5 consecutive days, has 5 typical symptoms, and is prevalent in Taiwan in May. Dr. Kuo also created his own diagnostic keyword 1-2-3-4-5, so that people can easily remember the symptoms of Kawasaki disease. Through the lectures, the community members can learn about the symptoms of Kawasaki disease for prevention and early treatment.
The club also published the picture book “Vivian is Gone” to let more children and the public know about Kawasaki disease through the picture book, and encouraged club members to subscribe or donate. Rotarians also purchased more than 1,000 Kawasaki educational picture books and donated them to help children in rural areas learn about Kawasaki disease, so that they can be detected and treated early. Through this activity, we not only help children to grow up reading, but also help more people to understand the danger of Kawasaki disease and raise awareness of prevention.