Corporacion Superarse

We work with children who have their rights violated (mistreat, malnourishment, abuse, neglect, among others) and with children who are exposed to situations of high social and psychological risks. In Superarse, we are promoters and guarantors of the rights of the child. We are committed with the protection of children and adolescents, supported in a model of personalization of our services and sustainability, contributing to the construction of individual and familiar life projects.
A new beginning for 50 Colombian kids at risk
 
This project will offer global care to 8 to 15 years old Medellins kids, highly exposed to these situations: no adult care, child labor, school abandon, abuse, mistreatment, drug addiction and risk to become street children. We will insure the presence of the children at school, and provide our care after it. We will offer them healthy food, homework assistance, psychological support and social integration. Our long-term project is to prepare them to access superior education and formal jobs. project reportread updates from the field
Give shelter to 43 homeless Colombian children
 
The aim of this project is to provide shelter to 43 abandoned, abused and homeless Colombian children, ages 8 through 15, who are victims of armed conflict, mistreatment and malnutrition. Through this project we provide integral care including education, clothing, nutrition, health care, psychosocial support, carrier orientation, recreation, arts and sports during two months. project reportread updates from the field
Education in Colombia to eradicate poverty
 
The aim of the project is to enable 33 young beneficiaries of the Corporacion Superarse to achieve capacities and skills for an autonomous life, thanks to the orientation, scholarship, and human and social accompaniment that we offer them. We believe that the education and the access to formal jobs are the best options to achieve a new generation of citizen responsible and critical, so that it will distance durably poverty, violence and drug-addiction issues. project reportread updates from the field
Give hope to 350 Colombian Children through PLAY
 
The aim of the project is to create a didactic playroom for 350 abandoned or abused children, ages 4 through 10, in Medellin Colombia, in order to prevent psycho-social risks through the development of resilience, self-esteem and empowerment. The project includes free meals, didactic materials, pedagogical services, and psycho-social support for abandoned and abused kids during 3 months; preventing their enrollment in the armed conflict, child labour, drugs, and extreme poverty. project reportread updates from the field
Help Sebastian A. achieve his dreams.
 
The microproject will change the lives of homeless children in Medellin, Colombia by providing for their basic needs such as food, clothes, education and medical care. project reportread updates from the field
Help Andres A. achieve his dreams
 
The microproject will change the lives of homeless children in Medellin, Colombia by providing for their basic needs such as food, clothes, education and medical care. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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