We support projects in the largest country in South America
With a surface area of almost half of South America’s territory, Brazil is the largest in the region. Its economy is also the most thriving in the area. Brazilian society is very diverse, made up of descendants of Europeans, natives, Americans, Africans and Asians. This mix makes it one of the most culturally rich states, a richness that is fundamentally expressed in its music.
The project offers support to the young people and their families both from an educational standpoint and to cover their food and healthcare needs.
Reinsertion and permanence in the educational system, school support, nutrition, and community development programs are the core of the work that Fe y Alegría Brazil undertakes to improve the human development indexes of minors and adolescents in different parts of the country.
The Filhas de Santa Maria da Providência Association strengthens community ties for vulnerable children in Brazil
The Escola Providência project aims to support its beneficiaries and to help strengthen family relationships and those linking them to their community.
When the waters rise, people that live on the banks of the river are left isolated, preventing children and young people from receiving a formal education and developing their social skills. The Jatobazinho school,run by the organization ACAIA Pantanal, provides them with access to education in addition to opportunities for emotional growth and social integration.
The Sonhar Project promotes the development and comprehensive training of young people aged between 15 and 22 at risk of social exclusion and prepares them to succeed in the workforce as a way of integrating into society.
Many young people in Brazil lack opportunities. The organization Ação Comunitária do Brasil is working to change this reality in five regions in the southern part of São Paulo where overpopulation and lack of resources hinder young people’s development.
The Liga Solidaria association works in São Paulo to help 500 young people living in vulnerable situations to explore their own abilities and become change agents.
The Comunidade em Movimient o project is helping 1956 people living in vulnerable social and/or financial circumstances by contributing to the development of their life plans.
The project is designed to improve the living conditions of a population that is particularly hard hit by long-term unemployment and violence. To this end, it offers specialized training courses as well as discussion and meeting spaces for young people.
he goal of the FRM’s Social Sports School project in Sao Paulo is the development of the beneficiaries and their families, through sports and the Fundación Real Madrid’s methodology as well as through the Don Bosco preventive system.
The Promoción de los derechos de los niños, adolescentes y jóvenes con calidad de vida project (Promoting the rights of children, adolescents and young people and improving their quality of life project) offers 2000 beneficiaries in the area of Recife, Brazil access to good health and a good diet.
Nutrir Associação de Combate a Desnutrição, in Alagoas, Brazil, aims to strengthen the all-round development of children from birth to 6 years old who have malnutrition and obesity problems.
The Crescer Project uses theater as a learning strategy to help young people acquire important skills for their professional futures and their lives in general.
The project Escola de Liderança para Meninas by the entity International Plan Brazil, offers training to 50 girls between 14 and 18 years old so that they are aware of their rights, are trained in public policies and can transform the communities in which they live. They can be the leaders of change.
The “Educación para los niños del Colegio Mano Amiga” project offers personalized training to 440 children and young people from the Serra da Itapeceira region, helping them to break out of the cycle of poverty and thereby promoting equal opportunities.
The “Semear” project offers psychosocial and educational guidance services to children and adolescents between five and 12 years of age and at risk of social exclusion, in Morumbi, in the city of São Paulo.
The “Alfabetizaçao em Destaque” project, run by the Centro de Promoção Social Bororé, promotes socio-educational activities that complement school work and which benefit 210 children under the age of 14 in the city of Socorro Capilla.
The Centro de Estudos Avançados de Promoção Social e Ambiental (CEAPS) promotes learning opportunities among children and adolescents in the Amazon river communities through activities that complement their schooling.