We encourage the balanced development of the country’s children
Venezuela is one of the countries where the work of Fundación MAPFRE is most present. The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela is located in the northern part of South America, with coasts on the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Thanks to the oil industry, the country has experienced periods of great economic growth, interrupted by phases of political and social instability.
This association carries out the project “Nutritional support in pre-school years”, which helps 68 boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 6, from disadvantaged families in risk of social exclusion.
Food to help bring about the balanced growth of schoolchildren in a marginalized area of Caracas, Venezuela
The Education, nutritional plan and health project for the Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga Educational Unit community of the Fundación María Luisa Casar provides all the students in this institution with healthy, balanced daily meals to meet their basic nutritional needs and in order to help them perform at their best.
In a deprived area, which has not yet recovered from damage caused by natural events more than twenty years ago, this project supports the education of values and nutrition for children attending the Camurí Grande School, thanks to the Somos Comunidad group.
40 young girls and adolescents live in the Casa Hogar Santa María Goretti children’s home in Carora, Venezuela, where they have found the home they never had, a place where their needs are met and where they are healthy, cared for, and given education and a lot of love.
Food, music and reading for students, teachers and employees at the Centro ADS Mamá Margarita, in Caracas, Venezuela
The project entitled Alimentación para el cuerpo y para el espíritu (Food for the body and for the spirit) from the Association of Salesian Women provides nutritional sustenance to 980 people in El Petare, one of the largest slums in Latin America, in Caracas, Venezuela.
The Damas Salesianas association is developing the project “Better nutrition for better intelligence”, which aims to guarantee the nutrition of 134 children at the Mamá Margarita school in the community of La Dolorita (Caracas).
This entity carries out the project “A hand to be happy, responsible and successful” which promotes solidarity actions and activities to assist students with special needs and limited resources.
Asociación Amigos del Niño Especial (Association Friends of Special Children) promotes the development of disabled children
The association provides comprehensive care to 31 children suffering from a disability and who have limited resources in the town of Barquisimeto. This initiative provides them with a balanced diet and medication to treat their illnesses.
The association works to cover the hygiene, health and nutritional needs of children with limited resources through its project “Comprehensive development of girls and adolescents at the Santa María Goretti Home“, in Carora, Venezuela.
The beneficiaries of this project are mostly children of single mothers, workers and students who do not have sufficient resources to provide their children with quality education and a healthy diet. In addition, the project caters for children who are late entrants to education or children with learning difficulties.
The Civil Association Hogar San Vicente de Paúl, in the town of Barquisimeto, takes in 60 women between the ages of 64 and 100 who are in a situation of particular vulnerability due to their lack of economic resources.
The Asociación Civil Fe y Alegría (Civil Association Faith and Happiness) carries out a school meal program in the Venezuelan town of Petare, that offers balanced breakfasts to 248 students.
The María Luisa Casar Foundation, through the Jenaro Aguirre Education Unit, provides comprehensive care centered on nutrition, education and health to 1,350 people at risk of social exclusion in the of 24 de marzo neighborhood of Caracas, Venezuela.
One of the main objectives of this project is for students to develop attitudes that lead to personal and social transformation, while ensuring that the beneficiaries receive quality food.