Not only do our programs encourage school-aged children to go to school, but they also provide safer, healthier and more prosperous environments to prevent drugs consumption and decrease criminal behavior.
Education is one of the best predictors of success in children. We help underprivileged, struggling students succeed in school (and in life) by teaching them values such as autonomy, sense of responsibility and solidarity.
of children up to 17 years old do some kind of domestic work in an intensive way
children did not celebrate their birthday in the last year
kids does not get an annual dental checkup
Children who grow up in stressful environments tend to have more emotional and behavioral problems (such as attention, memory, planning, reasoning, and inhibition disorders, among others).
Sports can help children’s development along in many positive ways, such as motivating them toward self-improvement. Through sports, we teach them values of respect, confidence and teamwork.
Early exposure to music has been recognized as an important way for very young children (including infants) to gain early literacy and pre-reading and creative skills.
Arts education reduces stress level of low-income students. Drawing and creativity lessons can have an immediate physiological benefit.