Initiatives to give children opportunities
The Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos Foundation (NPH) offers opportunities to children and young people in the Dominican Republic
The project offers assistance, education and tools so that almost 400 Dominican children and young people can escape their poverty-stricken origins and become independent individuals capable of carving out their own future.
The Fundación InteRed offers training to teachers in the Dominican Republic to promote inclusive education. This organization involves the authorities, the educational community and families to ensure that each student can develop according to his or her abilities.
At Sabana Yegua in the Dominican Republic, children and young people have little chance of receiving an education that would allow them to escape from the marginalized situation in which they live. Asociación Nuevos Caminos is working to change this reality.
The Social Sports School project strives to offer comprehensive training, the social development of children and adolescents and to combat child labor and crime.
The Social Sports Schools project in the Dominican Republic fights to improve the quality of life of at-risk children or child street workers in Santo Domingo.
The project seeks to establish a training process for teaching staff in order for them to go on to reflect these practices in their classes they teach their students.
Asociación Nuevos Caminos offers opportunities for the future through scholarships and educational support
The Asociación Nuevos Caminos works in an educational program for children and young people in marginalized neighborhoods of Sabana Yegua and Azua, benefiting 49 people.
Children are the most vulnerable members of severely impoverished families. The Amanecer Infantil organization runs a center in the south of the country where children who have suffered from family violence, malnutrition and abandonment are given the chance to have a future.
A total of 149 children who are residents and 160 who attend as day pupils receive food, medical care, schooling and higher education in order to access employment at the Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos center.