The association Manos Unidas, together with Fundación MAPFRE, has launched this project which seeks to empower women at risk of social exclusion and victims of prostitution and sex trafficking.
Fundación MAPFRE collaborates to carry out various projects in Peru. The territory where the Republic of Peru is located was the cradle of the Inca Empire, the last great pre-Columbian civilization in South America. It is a country very rich in mineral resources and biodiversity, with a great variety of climates and landscapes. After the turbulent 70s and 80s, the last few decades have seen a period of relative political and social stability.
CESAL works on the “Huachipa Educational and Social Development Center for children and adolescents” program which seeks to foster the educational and social development of children and their families.
Fundación ESPRO runs the Pro- niñas project, an initiative carried out at Casa Hogar Nazaret, a center which cares for children who have been abandoned in the suburbs of Lima in Peru by offering them accommodation, support, protection and affection.
The Da un Chance Civil Association, through their “Da un Chance Scholarship Program”, offers 20 children with talent and potential but with limited means the chance to go to private school.
The “Semillas, Aprendiendo en familia” project, run by the Asociación Hogares Nuevo Futuro, works to ensure the proper development of children in the most deprived areas of Lima through supporting their families.
UTEC (The University of Engineering and Technology) collaborates with 9 students with academic potential and financial difficulties who receive financial support to attend university, thereby enabling them to have an impact on their surroundings and their reality through science and technology.
The “Warma Yachay” Social Sports School project in Peru is seeking, through sports, to educate 230 children and young people from the ages of 6 to 16 years old who are living at risk of social exclusion in Huachipa.
Manos Unidas is carrying out a project in Lima (Peru) to work toward the economic empowerment and skills development of women at risk and victims of sexual exploitation.
El “Programa del Centro de Desarrollo Educativo y Social de Huachipa”, que lleva a cabo CESAL, trabaja para favorecer el desarrollo educativo y social de 2.000 menores de preescolar y escolar, adolescentes, jóvenes y sus familias en Perú.
The University of Engineering and Technology of Lima (UTEC) is implementing a scholarship project to ease access to higher education for 9 outstanding young secondary students of limited financial resources.
Give a Chance carries out a program which offers 30 students with great talent and potential, but of limited financial means, the opportunity to study in dynamic schools which activate this potential.
This project works on training fathers and mothers of children between two and five years of age in three educational centers in the south of Lima, with the aims of improving the internal family dynamic and strengthening the role of the educational community.
The Fundación Real Madrid and CESAL run a school fostering social and sporting values in Huachipa which look after 135 boys and girls and young people, between 5 and 17 years old, who come from deprived areas and who are at risk of marginalization.
The CESAL association contributes to the comprehensive education of 259 boys, girls and adolescents from Huachipa. Their Centre for Educational Support seeks to strengthen the cognitive abilities and social skills of the children and their families.
Da un Chance carries out a scholarship program which offers 32 students with talent and potential, but of limited financial means, the opportunity to study in dynamic schools which activate this potential.
The Association Hogares Nuevo Futuro Peru aims to combat child abandonment in the disadvantaged districts in the south of Lima, by offering the children a comprehensive educational support program which looks after their needs and prepares them for the future.