Job Training for poor mother- sick children Brazil Job Training for poor mother- sick children Brazil Job Training for poor mother- sick children Brazil Family

Associacao Saude Crianca

Org #35
Vetted since 2008 Site Visit Verified
1991
year founded
$38,453
raised on GlobalGiving
15
years fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

The ASC is a non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and families living in the poorest neighborhoods of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Grounded in the principle that illness is not caused by biological factors alone, ASC aims to break the vicious cycle of poverty and suffering - illness, hospital admission, and subsequent readmission and/or death - by assisting not only the child but his or her entire family as well.

Projects (2)

Job Training for Poor Mothers in Brazil
Brazil / Education
 
Project Leaders
Mariana Velloso
Mariana Velloso
Team
Cristiana Velloso, Vera Cordeiro, Adriane Menna Barreto, Jussara Korngold, Mariana Velloso
Organization Information
http://www.saudecrianca.org.br
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
Rua das Palmeiras 65
Rio de Janeiro, RJ 22270-070
Brazil
55 21 22661446

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 8248668853
Organization Information
http://www.saudecrianca.org.br
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
Rua das Palmeiras 65
Rio de Janeiro, RJ 22270-070
Brazil
55 21 22661446

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 8248668853

Project Reports

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Jul 30, 2018
Testimonial and real case from a family
Kássia, assisted by Saúde Criança, becomes an artisan and has a bag print sold in Portugal Indicated for the Pipa Social project, she learned how to develop handcraft techniques....
May 7, 2018
Housing reform changes Rita's perspective
Built without foundation, the family home was practically uninhabitable. With help from Saúde Criança, they will get a new home. Rita’s life is being transformed with the help of...
Feb 6, 2018
Testimonial and real case from a family
    M Socorro does not spare any efforts to see improvements in the treatment of her youngest son R, who has a rare syndrome. Since the beginning of his time with Saúde...
 
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