The Hogar San Vicente de Paul provides a home and comprehensive care to 60 impoverished elderly ladies in Barquisimeto, Venezuela.
Venezuela is, with seven projects and 439 beneficiaries, one of the countries where the work of Fundación MAPFRE is most present. The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela lies in the north of South America and has coastlines embraced by both the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Thanks to the petroleum industry, the country has experienced periods of great economic growth, interrupted by phases of political and social instability.
The “Somos Comunidad” Association is carrying out the “Support for the nutrition of the preschooler” project, at the Center for Early Education in Camurí Grande in Venezuela, providing breakfasts and snacks to preschool children.
The Hogar San Vicente de Paul Civil Association in Barquisimeto provides shelter to 60 women between 64 and 100 years old who are in an especially vulnerable situation due to a lack of financial resources.
The Maria Auxiliadora Foundation for Stimulation and Learning provides a balanced diet to 100 boys and girls between the ages of 2 and 6 in Caracas, Venezuela, through its “Comprehensive Development in Care and Child Nutrition of Boys and Girls” project.
The Asociación Civil Obra Misionera de Jesús y María is carrying out the project: “Comprehensive development of girls and adolescents of the Santa Maria Goretti Home,” in Carora, Venezuela. The project covers the personal hygiene, health and nutritional needs of young people of limited resources.
The Asociación Amigos del Niño Especial provides comprehensive care to 31 children who suffer disabilities, and have limited resources, in the city of Barquisimeto. This initiative provides them with a balanced diet and medicines to treat their illnesses.
The Centro de Enseñanza Integral Dugarbín is pressing ahead with its “A helping hand towards happiness, responsibility and success” project. This promotes activities and actions of solidarity to cover the special educational needs of 6 students of limited financial means.
The Asociación Civil Comunidad Camurí Grande is carrying out the “Support for the nutrition of the pre-schooler” project , through which it cares for 68 boys and girls between 3 and 6 years of age, who come from underprivileged families at risk of marginalization.
The Fundación Maria Luisa Casar is teaching reading and writing to boys and ,girls at risk of exclusion in the 24 de marzo neighborhood and areas which surround it, in Caracas. The project provides education, and nutritional and health care.
The Asociación Damas Salesianas is carrying out the “Better nutrition for better intelligence” project, which aims to guarantee wholesome nourishment for 134 young people at the Mamá Margarita school in the community of La Dolorita (Caracas).
The Maria Auxiliadora Foundation for Stimulation and Learning offers educational support and a proper diet to 100 boys and girls between the ages of two months and six years old, all at risk of social exclusion in the city of Caracas.
This project offers scholarships to cover the special educational needs of six students of limited financial means from the Centro de Enseñanza Integral Dugarbin. The aim of the initiative is to improve the quality of their academic learning and their personal training in values.
The Asociación Civil Obra Misionera de Jesús y María is carrying out this project, which covers the personal hygiene, cleanliness and medicinal needs of 40 girls and teenagers from the Casa Hogar Santa María Goretti.