A ROOF FOR MY COUNTRY
With the participation of the entire Community, our 6thyear students raise funds to build a house for a family in conditions of social vulnerability. Thestudents build the house during a weekend and while they do it, they spend time with the family that will live in the house and get in direct contact with other social realities.
GUARANÍ COMMUNITY OF MISIONES
After analyzing the needs of the villages and missionary communities for three years, the proposal implies providing educational support by a teacher within the villages during one year. Two villages arechosen due to the long distances and the difficulty of transport between them.
The main idea is to implement the NORBRIDGE School project and work strategies by means ofpedagogical sponsorship. In these villages, boys and girls of different ages live together and their way of living is excellent for learning to solve cases of daily life related to their natural environment (i.e. the jungle of Misiones) adapting them to the learning needs of the communities.
The main objective of this project is to provide a space of support, not only for transplanted people but also for their families. In this way, they seek to improve the whole process of organ transplantation.
Casa Justina can be found in different cities of the country and “will be full of art, joy and collaboration,” as announced in a statement. The proposal will bring together all the persons who are somewhatconnected to the world of transplantation: recipients, donors, patients on the waitlist and relatives, to inform, train and, above all, to provide them with all kinds of support.
NO MORE HUNGER
The Ricart Foundation strongly sponsors No More Hunger, generating canteens and picnic areas. Today they have about 5,500 distributed throughout the country. Her most recent project, Sewing with No More Hunger works together with the CAJ (Access to Justice Centers) at the national level, where women victims of violence are assisted. There they receive social, psychological and economic assistance and are part of the national plan SEWING WITH NO MORE HUNGER.
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