Job Training for poor mother- sick children Brazil

 
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Mar 13, 2012

News from Saude Crianca

JOB TRAINING FOR POOR MOTHER-SICK CHILDREN BRAZIL

 

Update

 

The Professionalization  Project  increase and improve a lot since the beginning.

Last November, Saúde Criança won an important award, Making More Health from Changemakers from Ashoka.

 Since the beginning of the project, during the past  years now we have offered to students 1749 work tools and 2756 professional training courses, internal and external and we hope to keep increasing the numbers of graduation.

 In January, Saúde Criança is recognized as the best NGO in Latin America and the 38th in the world

According to the ranking published by the Global Journal, Saúde Criança is ranked the best Brazilian organization and 38th among the top 100 NGOs in the world. This initiative seeks to recognize the important role of NGOs as agents of global change.

The Global Journal, a monthly magazine based in Switzerland, is a new media dedicated to global governance. To reach the final selection, Global Journal used the following criteria: innovation, effectiveness, impact, efficiency & value for money, transparency & accountability, sustainability, strategic & financial management and peer review ( NGO and donor perceptions / awards and recognition).

Initially a list of 1,000 NGOs was established. This first list was then subjected to two group reviews, the first resulted in a ‘short-list’ of 400 and after a qualitative selection the final ranking of 1000 institutions was mounted.

It is the first time that such a list is organized and according to the article published in the magazine, it aims to stimulate debate by providing scholars, diplomats, public policy makers, international organizations and the second sector with an insight of the innovative approaches of the third sector and its main actors.

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Jan 3, 2012

Graduation December 2011

Teachers and the mothers and one father on the lef
Teachers and the mothers and one father on the lef

JOB TRAINING FOR POOR MOTHER-SICK CHILDREN BRAZIL

 

Update

 

The Professionalization  Project  increase and improve a lot since the beginning.

Last November, Saúde Criança won an important award, Making More Health from Changemakers from Ashoka.

 Since the beginning of the project, during the past  years now we have offered to students 1730 work tools and 2748 professional training courses, internal and external and we hope to keep increasing the numbers of graduation.

 During those years, we had a lot be proud. Last December, we celebrate anew graduation, 45 mothers graduated on the beauty and cooking courses.

 We had only one father, Peter, that graduated in the cooking class.He got interest in course while he was waiting for her wife that did the beauty course. Their daughter Paloma, two years old is attend by Saúde Criança and has lactose intolerance.

He gave us a testimony during the graduation,”I always like to cook and now I decided to be a profession on that and maybe in the future open my business on that area. Nowadays I wok as a driver, but I want to make cakes to sell to my friends and neighbors to get some extra cash.”During the graduation he won a mixer.

Vera Cordeiro, founder of Saude Criança, in the front role with a green jacket with part of her team and the new profession graduated from the professionalization project.

Vera Cordeiro,founder of Saude Crianca and mothers
Vera Cordeiro,founder of Saude Crianca and mothers
Oct 10, 2011

Case of sucess from a mother from the project

JOB TRAINING FOR POOR MOTHER-SICK CHILDREN BRAZIL

Update October 2011

 The Professionalization Project  increase and improve a lot since the beginning.

 Saúde Criança made some huge changed in the last year, becoming a social franchise and spreading the methodology on that model through Brazil.

 Since the beginning of the project, during the past  years now we have offered to students 1730 work tools and 2725 professional training courses, internal and external and we hope to keep increasing the numbers of graduation.

 During those years, we had a lot be proud. Some great results and families histories that make us going, searching from results like that mother Silvana and her daughter Renatha.

Renatha was a healthy eight-year old when, all of a sudden, she started to get weak fevers that would come and go, with no particular symptoms associated with them. Silvana, her mother, thought these fevers were caused by a mere cold. But the fevers would not go away. Renatha was taken to a local health unit, and later remitted to a hospital. Nobody knew what was wrong. At last, Silvana took her daughter, Renatha, to Hospital da Lagoa, where she was diagnosed with a lymphoma. “Okay, so what does that mean?” –said Silvana, unaware of the gravity of the disease. “It’s a type of cancer,” said the doctor. “If she gets chemo she could leave the hospital, if she doesn’t get chemo, she will leave us,” he added.

 After the initial shock, Silvana turned to Saúde Criança: “I got there expecting the worst. What am I doing here?” –she wondered. “I never thought one day I would need help.” Time management was a great concern for her, as she would have to spend an undetermined period of time at the hospital with her daughter. Before Renatha was diagnosed with cancer, Silvana had managed to make ends meet as a manicurist in São João de Meriti, Baixada Fluminense (RJ). Her daughter’s disease, however, changed everything. Silvana would now have to stop working, a luxury that, as an independent beautician, she could not afford.

 Silvana was not alone. “You come from a life where you never get any words of encouragement. Suddenly you get there [Saúde Criança] and they say: “you are not alone.” That’s how it works at Saúde Criança: you’re never alone.” In addition to receiving a housing stipend, in her two years at Saúde Criança, Silvana received formal training as a manicurist, hairdresser, hair colorist, and make-up artist. She earned a diploma, working tools, and self-esteem. Renatha got chemo and lost all her hair, but she never lost her courage and the will to move on. She continued her studies and defeated cancer. Today she is her mother’s greatest supporter. She started a blog , so that her mother could advertize her work as an independent beautician. Renatha responds to all the emails, is engaged in various social networks, and is always looking for new ways to support her mother. Silvana, in turn, decided to reciprocate all the help she got when she most needed it. She has participated as a volunteer at Saúde Criança’s “Beauty Day,” where students and volunteers from the institution’s beauty courses offer free services for women. Additionally, Silvana is a hairdressing instructor at Roda Viva, an NGO in Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro.

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Dec 22, 2010

Graduation December 2010

Mothers during the graduation
Mothers during the graduation

The project Bringing Families together trough education increase and improve a lot since the beginning.

During those 19 years of project we realized that the majority of our families don’t have any income or profession qualification. From that we realized that the professionalization of them is essential to allow them to leave the cycle of needed of assistance and truly walk to be a citizen and have social dignity.

Now in December we had our graduation day, 56 mothers form the families attend gratuated in our Professionalization Project divided in seven different areas: Cooking, Beauty classes that involves Hair dressing, manicure, make up, wax and hair dye. The party was in our headquarter and the cooking students did the cake and snacks.

The courses are during the year and each one has the length of 2 to 4 months with the goal of giving income for the family.In 19 years,the project already graduated 2569 persons, like the hairdresser Andrea, that lived in a huge favela in Rio de Janeiro. She entered Saúde Criança when her son had a serious asthma crises and had to stayed in Lagoa Hospital.The doctors there sent her to Saúde Criança and since that her life changed a lot.

In her words "With Saúde Criança I'm able to but my son medicines.My income and the food in my home also improve a lot."Now she is graduated in hairdresser and work at home with clients form the community.

Mothers students making the cake for the party
Mothers students making the cake for the party
mother receiving the diploma
mother receiving the diploma
mother making a speech on the graduation
mother making a speech on the graduation

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May 20, 2010

Pictures from our mothers during courses

During beauty courses
During beauty courses

Here news pictures from our others during beauty courses in our headquarter in Rio de Janeiro

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Project Leader

Mariana Velloso

Rio de Janeiro, RJ Brazil

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