This project will support a photography workshop for children from a rural village in Peru.The workshop will be accompanied by other forms of expression, such as corporal, plastic, music. Through art children can express their feelings, feel free and valued. We will work values such as respect, solidarity, collaboration, to work in groups. Children will feel important seing that their work is valued. This is fundamental in the development of their self-esteem.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
In rural areas of Peru most of the people have low self-esteem, they have no confidence in themselves to start a business, project or any own entrepreneurship. This is because the formal educational system don't encourage children to give their opinions, their interests are not taken into account, many times their productions are not respected and their creations are not valued . This project will work in the development of 50 children's self-esteem.
How will this project solve this problem?
Yachay Wasi will offer a photography workshop to 50 disadvantaged children from a rural area in Peru. They will have access to the technology, to the modern world at the time that they are expressing themselves freely, displaying their creations, showing their point of view, their interests, feeling valued, understanding and respecting others.
Potential Long Term Impact
This project will contribute with the development of the children who attend the kindergarten, giving them solid foundations for their future.
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.
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