We are excited to announce the successful completion of the Bernardino Rivadavia Project at School No. 475 in Rafaela, Santa Fe. This project has greatly benefited over 400 primary-level students and adult learners in the carpentry workshop.
The Rafaela City Center Theater Company of Centro Ciudad de Rafaela offers free performances for educational institutions throughout the city. However, the Luis Remonda auditorium, which has been historically used for rehearsals and performances, had to be closed due to the deteriorated condition of its facilities.
To recover this valuable cultural space, the institution has decided to carry out a remodelling project that will provide a space for the realization of all projects related to the performing arts, including those which are constantly requested by other institutions in Rafaela.
The school provides education to 850 children at all levels: kindergarten, primary school and the first two years of secondary school. The secondary school was inaugurated in 2021 and currently has 148 students, with 74 new students entering each new school year, to complete a total of 370 students by the year 2025. Therefore, every year, two new classrooms are inaugurated for these newcomers. In March 2023, 15-year-old students will begin their studies, with the need of classrooms in conditions for learning, since climatic well-being is a fundamental condition for a better learning.
Dear friends of the Foundation, we are happy to announce the closure of another project: Foundation Manos Abiertas – Shelter Home Madre de la Ternura (Mar del Plata)!
Dear friends of the Foundation, we are pleased to announce the closure of the Project People’s Library Sarmiento!
Thanks to your contributions to this project, now the children from Tandil can enjoy a totally renewed multipurpose room where they can access to reading, participate in workshops, and socio-cultural activities.
The Bernardino Rivadavia School No. 475 in the city of Rafaela teaches primary level classes to more than 400 students. In addition, the school has carpentry workshop, in which a three-year training course for adults is offered during the night shift. This course allows adult students to learn a trade and thus obtain an economic income that, in many cases, is what gives them sustenance.