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.
The Dominican Republic occupies approximately the eastern two-thirds of the island of Hispaniola, which it shares with Haiti. After Cuba, it is the second largest country in the Caribbean in terms of area and population. Its capital, Santo Domingo, was the first European settlement in the Americas. The country, which has an important tourist industry, is the most visited destination in the Caribbean.
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.
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.