El Desafio Foundation

To create an inclusive society with equal development opportunities that fights the root causes of poverty and promotes civic participation.
Help underprivileged children code their future
 
This innovative project teaches underprivileged children in Argentina about coding and programming so they can create their own future. It provides them with the tools to operate at the speed of digital, to innovate, and to ignite social change. It does not just close the digital gap, but it empowers them to create a whole new reality for those currently marginalized. An equal whole world of creativity will be unleashed. project reportread updates from the field
Democracy & civic participation in Argentina
 
The project promotes civic participation and democracy in Argentina (democracy was re-established in 1983 after decades of dictatorships). The idea is to create a platform where young people can get involved in the life of the country from a non-political-party angle.The concept will give information and tools of civic participation, public actions, foster social commitment and make democracy stronger, accepting diverse opinions and voices to create a better future for all. project reportread updates from the field
Empower Girls Out of Poverty in Argentina - Hockey
 
Sports has the power to change the world. And if you are a girl living in poverty in Argentina you need a lot of life skills to be able to deal with your current situation and create a better future. Many girls in Rosario are at risks due to drug dealers gangs, criminality and gender violence. But trough hockey girls can create a support network that allows them to stay at school, avoid criminality, addictions and have a healthy life style. All this at the same time they are having fun! project reportread updates from the field
Elearning and education support for kids-Argentina
 
Introduce the children into the digital world and teach them to use different virtual environments as an education tool. project reportread updates from the field
Garabato artistic workshop
 
We support and help each child in their particular conflicts.Through the different activities we help the children to develop their own identity and to build the needed tools to face their issues. project reportread updates from the field
Youngsters challenge poverty through skateboarding
 
El Desafio SB is an innovative project that provides underprivileged youngsters with opportunities for education, leadership, and creative thinking that help break the cycles of poverty and exclusion. The safety in their streets is being challenged by drugs related violence. This project builds life skills like confidence, courage, trust and cooperation so they can reclaim their streets - and future - through skateboarding. project reportread updates from the field
Social inclusion for children in Argentina
 
‘Murgas’ are groups in where music, dances and acrobatics are combined.The children have to work together and think as a team to become a ‘Murga’, fostering values of teamwork and solidarity. project reportread updates from the field
Social Inclusion through arts
 
Art is something that lot of people don't look at nor understand. The children from El Desafio probably they have a lot of opportunities to explore in this sense, since art is everywhere around them
 
   

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