The Comunidade em Movimiento project is helping 1956 people living in vulnerable social and/or financial circumstances by contributing to the development of their life plans.
Fundación MAPFRE has been collaborating on projects in Brazil for several years, now with a total of 23 nation-wide projects. Brazil is the largest country of South America with an area of nearly half that of the continent. Its economy is the most thriving of the region. Brazilian society is diverse, as it is made up of descendants of Europeans, Indigenous peoples, Americans, Africans and Asians. This mix makes it one of the most culturally rich countries, by way of a richness expressed fundamentally in its music.
Aldeias Infantis SOS Brasil runs the Sonhar – Preparando vidas (Preparing lives) project, with the aim of empowering and aiding the development of 500 adolescents and young people from low-income families in various Brazilian cities.
The Fundación Fútbol Club Barcelona works on the socio-educational development of 3100 young people and trainers through sports in Brazil. The project consists of implementing the FutbolNet methodology in two Brazilian cities.
The “Crianças e Adolescentes,” program carried out by the Liga Solidaria,” provides educational support and nutritional care to 500 children and adolescents between the ages of 6 and 14, who find themselves in situations of vulnerability in São Paulo.
The Fundación Fe y Alegría Brasil is carrying out the “Grow up to Be — Education, Citizenship and Culture” project which aims to improve the level of human development of boys, girls and adolescents in different areas of Brazil.
Ação Comunitária through its “Crê-Ser – Educación Complementaria” project , is promoting learning techniques and citizenship among children and adolescents in São Paulo with the aim of stimulating their talents.
The “Promotion of Rights to Improve the Quality of Children, Adolescents and Young Adults” project guarantees a balanced diet to 2,000 people in Recife, Conejos and La Piedad, Brazil.
The Sociedade Beneficente Israelita Brasileira Hospital Albert Einstein offers comprehensive care to 900 boys, girls and young people from the deprived districts of Vila Santa Catarina and Vila Andrade in São Paulo.