We support projects of local entities
Colombia is a presidential republic located in the far north of South America. It is the only country in the subcontinent that has coasts on both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, through the Caribbean Sea. Its population is the result of a blend of Native Americans, Europeans and Africans. Fundación MAPFRE works in collaboration with local entities to develop their projects.
The project provides comprehensive care and protection to children from 2 to 5 years of age living in the city of Medellín whose rights have been violated or threatened and/or who are at nutritional risk, through educational, nutritional, health and psychosocial support.
Encourage the development of creative education for the 21st century with a focus on rights and equal opportunities for children and young people through innovative methods and / or through the application of new technologies. Fight against poverty and inequalities, promoting individual and collective co-responsibility for activities that promote critical awareness.
The BAMBI Homes Foundation for Child Support works in Medellín, Colombia, to offer nutritional, health and educational care to children in vulnerable situations in the area.
In an environment marked by violence, the NU3 Foundation offers active support to the population, taking care of their health, promoting peace and generating opportunities. Its aim is to get families out of poverty and into a life project.
Fundación Juanfe offers education and work for teenage mothers in Cartagena in order to help them escape the poverty trap. They learn how to empower themselves and how to provide their children with a stable environment where they can have a healthy childhood safe from violence and extreme poverty.
The Moving Borders through Education project (Educando movemos fronteras) offers children living in the Casa de la Madre y el Niño, in Bogotá, access to an education that allows them to change their destiny. With our collaboration, 210 children will receive school materials and English classes.
FANA (the Foundation for the Assistance of Abandoned Children) offers comprehensive care and protection to children in vulnerable situations where their rights are affected, whether due to abandonment, mistreatment, abuse or neglect. The children live in FANA’s facilities while a family is found for them that guarantees their rights and offers them the love they need.
The Laudes Infantis Foundation is carrying out the “School for leaders of social and productive enterprises” project and a community project based on bartering to improve opportunities for the most disadvantaged in Bogotá
Fundación Juan Felipe Gómez Escobar (JUANFE) works on a project to improve the physical and mental health of vulnerable children and their teenage mothers in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.
The Colombian Foundation for Development (FUCOLDE), is carrying out the “Values for Coexistence and Skills for Youth Employment” and “Programa Integral Niños, Niñas y Adolescentes con Oportunidades” (Comprehensive Program for Boys, Girls and Adolescents) projects through which it seeks to produce environments of healthy coexistence and safe spaces that prevent child recruitment by armed groups.
The Dharma Foundation, has set up a home for children with cancer in which 105 minors from low income backgrounds receive education, food and health care in Bogotá, Colombia.
The Casa de la Madre y el Niño offers its young beneficiaries the chance of a better future by continuing their studies and living with a foster family which will provide the right environment to help them break the cycle of poverty.
One of the objectives of the project is the reincorporation into society of communities forming part of the project through implementing food safety and nutrition, healthcare, education and income generation strategies.
The Fundación para la Asistencia de la Niñez Abandonada (FANA) is running this project in Suba in Bogota with the aim of providing nutritional care and offering comprehensive emotional support to abandoned children.