Projects Completed

 

2018

APADiR

Asociación Pro Ayuda Discapacitados Rafaela is an NGO dedicated to assist persons with differently abled capacities in order to improve the quality of their life and to bring them dignity as human beings. Between 90 to 110 disabled children of the age of 0 to 14 years attend the school of the organization annually. The majority of these children live in an urban area of the city of Rafaela.

 

AVENIR

The Fundación AVENIR is building, with support of CONADIS (Commission for the Integration of the Disabled) of the Argentinian State, the Education and Therapy Center and the Support for Integration into ordinary Schools in the neighborhood Villa 9 de julio in Arguello, northwest of the city of Córdoba. This is a suburban area where basic needs of assistance and social integration of children and adolescents with a mental disability are not met.

 

Ruta 40

Is a non-profit organization whose main objective is to contribute to the development of rural schools located near the Ruta Nacional 40. They believe that strengthening rural schools will promote equal educational opportunities and that a better education reflects in a better society.

 

APAER

Is an association whose objective is to have pupils of public schools in rural areas of Argentina complete their primary school, preparing them for the local labour market and making it possible for them to stay in the area. The Argentine-Dutch Solidarity Foundation will donate 30 water filters through APAER

 

2017

Haciendo Camino Asociación Civil

The project aims to support two programs of Haciendo Camino: vocational training and nutrition.

 

Senior Center Copetonas

The Senior Center is a day care facility for 16 persons (men and women) over 65 years and encourages elderly to stay in their community.

 

Sierra Dorada

Sierra Dorada Foundation is an NGO dedicated to the upbringing of children and adolescents in vulnerable situations in San Marcos de la Sierra,situated in the north of the Córdoba province. Its main objective is to improve the living conditions of children in vulnerable situations.

 

2016

Hogares Malen

Shelters for girls and young women been victims of violence, sexual abuse, negligence and human trafficking. The girls receive shelter, food, an education and there is special attention for their health. Furthermore they get psychological support and guidance on how to return to their families, if this is possible.

 

The School Renews its Energy

Rural School nr. 158 boards children who live in places that lack transportation. The general objective is to supply the boarding school with low cost solar energy to enable the use of technological and pedagogical tools during school hours. Materials will be bought and teachers and technical staff need to be trained to ensure the maintenance of this system.

 

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