The Fundación Prointegra works towards helping 40 young people with intellectual disabilities become more employable through cognitive stimulation courses and trade workshops in Montevideo, Uruguay.
The Oriental Republic of Uruguay is a country of the American Southern Cone located on the left bank of the mouth of the Rio de la Plata, which separates it from Argentina. More than half of the country's population is concentrated in the capital, Montevideo, and its metropolitan area. Among its development indexes, it can boast the highest literacy rate in Latin America and the most equitable income distribution in the region.
Fundación Los Pinos is working to reduce the school dropout rate among vulnerable children and adolescents in the deprived neighborhood of Barrio Casavalle, in Montevideo, Uruguay.
The Cultural and Technical Association works to reduce school dropout rate in the deprived neighborhood of Casavalle, in Montevideo, and to improve access to employment for young people and adolescents.
The Cultural and Technical Association carries out development activities and vocational training for 210 children and young people in the neighborhood of Casavalle in Montevideo, with the aim of reducing the school dropout rate and increasing chances of access to employment.