Caption from related photographic print, Forman 1561 c1: Smiles of the youngsters are infectious. Chungking [Chongqing]: One of Madame Chiang Kai-shek's very special concerns is the Wartime Refugees Association, a division of the Women's Advisory Council. In all, more than 25,000 children orphaned by the war are cared for in camps scattered about in the mountains near Chungking [Chongqing]. This one cares for about 500 children. The youngsters are given primary schooling, and if sufficient merit is shown they go on to high school work. The others are taught useful trades. Girls are given special courses in first aid, and encouraged to continue in nursing. All are trained for air raid precaution and help the authorities with special duties after every air raid. The older children are specially trained to give injections in addition to first aid. The children are well fed and are exceptionally cheerful. They live in safe, healthful surroundings high up in the hill. Funds for their support come from donations from abroad supplemented by government subsidies to make up for deficiencies.