Aug 13, 2021

Educational Project report

During the time of operation of our project and thanks to the funding received, we have managed to allow 60 children to have access to the internet for 1 month. We are very happy for the reception of our project and we hope to continue counting on the support of more people to ensure that more children can have access to quality digital education.

Although a few months have passed, the fact of having a tablet with internet access, which allows them to keep up with their schoolwork, is very valuable to them.

Likewise, the support of educators has been vital in learning to use the digital tools necessary to not be left behind.

Aug 31, 2020

Project Report

Due to the pandemic, we have stopped the project. We are raising funds for when activities resume and we can serve the children who are waiting for us. The first steps will be to acquire the necessary medicines and equipment, which will be sent by ship and later, a delegation of volunteer doctors will travel to care for the children.

SOS Children's Villages of Spain, carries out a Medical Care Program for Equatorial Guinean Children in Social Exclusion, which is being carried out, in collaboration with the professionals of the Madrid Hospitals: Maternal Infant of Gregorio Marañón and Infantile Child Jesus.

The project consists of two phases each year. Last year the goal of serving more than 400 children was achieved. Due to the quarantine, we have suspended the trips scheduled for May, to avoid infecting the little ones with the virus, however many of them are waiting for us to attend to all the pathologies they present.

May 4, 2020

Project progress

SOS Children's Villages of Spain, carries out a Program of Medical Care for Equatoguinean Children in Social Exclusion, which is being carried out, in collaboration with the professionals of the Hospitals of Madrid: Maternal and Child of Gregorio Marañón and Infantil Niño Jesús.


Likewise, it considers it appropriate to bear witness to the silent tragedy experienced by the most disadvantaged population, especially boys and girls, and the need for these medical teams that come from Spain to continue their work with all the necessary support.

The project consists of two phases every year. Last year the goal of serving more than 400 children was achieved. Due to the quarantine, we have suspended the trips scheduled for May, to avoid infecting the little ones with the virus, however many of them are waiting for us to attend to all the pathologies they present.

 
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