Apr 15, 2021

Boletin Bimestral- Septiembre y Octubre

-We signed the collaboration agreement between the Rivera Tourism Observatory, Civil Association and PAS Foundation.

-We are grateful for the support of Fundación Guadalajara Country Club, for making possible our conferences for the prevention of Child Sexual Abuse through our Facebook LIVE channel. We informed more than 2,600 people from Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Guatemala, Spain and the United States. Our mission has no borders.

-We continue with psychological therapies and online evaluations, now more than ever child sexual abuse is affecting our children and teenagers, that is why our work cannot stop.

-We provided training to the analysts of Te Protejo Mexico where we sensitized about the reality of Child Sexual Abuse and the terms of abuse in digital environments.

-Thanks to our informative prevention PAS training program to the Franco Mexicano and Cervantes del Bosque Schools, as well as to some families in the State of Tamaulipas, ¡our message reached more than 470 mothers and fathers and 250 children!

-We added more than 550 community leaders of our PAS community from different strategic areas for our work, such as: Civil organizations, Government, and Private organizations ¡we train to transform lives!

-We joined two important international forums, the "INHOPE Annual Summit" and the " INHOPE RED/ INSAFE" to follow up on the reporting line of "Te Protejo México".

Participation in the forum "Network for Children and Adolescents", which discussed the topic of Tools to improve cybersecurity in children and teenagers in times of pandemic, which had a reach of 1750 reproductions through Facebook.

- We welcome Scotiabank as a social ally to Te Protejo Mexico's reporting line.

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Apr 15, 2021

Boletin Bimestral- Enero y Febrero 2021

Activities January and February 2021

 

We met with the new President of the Supreme Court of Justice of Jalisco, Daniel Espinosa Licón, to present the project “Te Protejo México” online, and we will provide training for judges and magistrates from ICMEC (International Center for Missing & Exploited Children).

 

We present the report of the first declaration of donations to mitigate the Covid-19 pandemic to the SAT.

 

We submit the Annual Report to the regulatory authorities of the Civil Associations, keeping the administrative procedures up to date.

 

We attended the Tiktok community Partner Channel Training, where we were introduced to the new safety and prevention policies for children and adolescents on their platform.

 

We signed the partnership agreement between Early Institute and PAS Foundation.

 

The general director of Fundación PAS, Liliana Mora, graduated from ICAMI's management skills development program.

 

We continue with psychological therapies and online evaluations, which have been referred from: Ciudad Niñez, DIF Zapopan, DIF Tlajomulco, private pediatricians, private psychologists, UPN, Úpale and vía internet. Now more than ever, child sexual abuse is affecting our children and adolescents.

 

We delivered the Sertull project with which 60 professionals from Mexico, Chile, Peru and Colombia were trained through the Diploma in Care and Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse.

 

We have a new technological platform called Teams of Microsoft Office 365, which offers the facility to access virtually from anywhere in the world to participate in training courses and workshops specialized in intervention in cases of child and adult sexual abuse.

 

Thanks to your support we are achieving GREAT things.

 

Let's keep walking together!

Nov 4, 2020

July and August Report- Fundacion PAS

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We certify as Nonprofit organization effective, tested since 2020 by GlobalGiving.

 

With our first campaign we raised more than 40,000 pesos, our goal is 18,000 dollars, with this campaign we will train 50 leaders community members from all over the world.

Together we will reach the goal!

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We continue with psychological therapies and online assessments, now more than child sexual abuse is never affecting to our Girls Boys and Adolescents, that is why our work 

¡We can not stop!

 

Our 9th generation prevention certificates and the 7th in Child Sexual Abuse care have finished, more than 50 community leaders  from Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Peru presented their protocols with which we will reach more than 15,600 people  with the prevention and care of child sexual abuse.

 

INHOPE training started to Te Protejo Mexico analysts the reporting line of material audiovisual with content sexual girls children and adolescents

 

Thanks to the support of PV Navarro and CRV we have the 2018 and 2019 audited Financial Statements

 

Our 9th generation prevention certificates and the 7th in Child Sexual Abuse care have finished, more than 50 community leaders  from Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Peru presented their protocols with which we will reach more than 15,600 people  with the prevention and care of child sexual abuse.

 

With our training program from School for the PAS we reached more than 380 people with our conferences of On-line prevention and care. Now more than ever we must know how prevent ASI at home and In Internet!

 

In two important forums we joined in Te Protejo Latin America with Interpol, INHOPE, Red Papaz (Colombia), Groming Argentina y ChildFund Ecuador, Google, Facebook and Twitter 

to talk about the efforts performed as reporting  lines and as industry of technology to protect girls, boys and adolescents from sexual violence in digital environments.

Achieving an impact of more than 1,400 people in Mexico and Latin America

 
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