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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.

Educational accompaniment in Manaus Educational accompaniment in Manaus

Educational accompaniment in Manaus

The “Apoema” project cares for 200 boys, girls and adolescents between the ages of 6 and 15 from the outskirts of Manaus, offering complementary school activities at the Grand Victoria Education and Cultural Social Center.

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Education and art for everyone Education and art for everyone

Education and art for everyone

The Associação de Apoio a Criança e ao Adolescente offers educational, social and nutritional support at the Casa dos Girassóis in the city of Piraguara, to 241 children who live in disadvantaged environments.

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Education for a better future Education for a better future

Education for a better future

The “Education for the children of Mano Amiga School” offers personalized education to 440 boys, girls and young people from the Sierra de Itapeceira, helping them break out of the circle of poverty and training them in equal opportunities.

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Education as the seed for change in São Paulo Education as the seed for change in São Paulo

Education as the seed for change in São Paulo

The “Programa Crianças e Adolescentes,” carried out in collaboration with Fundación MAPFRE by the Liga das Senhoras Católicas de São Paulo association, actively contributes to improving the quality of education of up to 480 children and adolescents who reside in this Brazilian city.

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Promoting reading in the Amazon Promoting reading in the Amazon

Promoting reading in the Amazon

The main objective of the “Vaga Lume Expedition” project, which benefits 11,500 people, is to promote access to books and reading among children, young adults and adults in the most isolated communities of 23 municipalities of the Brazilian Amazon.

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