Juanfe Foundation started the year 2020 full of energy, commitment, and determination. The COVID-19 pandemic led us to adapt our work and design a remote care strategy that has allowed us to advance the accomplishment of our goals.
Between January and the first weeks of March, we took care of 110 babies in Cartagena, who are children of the teenage mothers that are beneficiaries of Juanfe Foundation's projects. With these babies, we conducted activities aimed at:
The activities were carried out following the Abbreviated Scale of Development standards.
After the COVID-19 outbreak, we closed our facilities and adapted our programs to remote strategies. We continue providing our babies with integral development activities through virtual activities with their mothers. These activities have been focused on:
Strengthening the affective bond between the mothers and the babies
Promoting positive upbringing guidelines adapted to the context of confinement
Providing psychosocial care to the teenagers and emergency care for those who need it
We will continue promoting the integral development of these babies, taking care of their mothers, and fostering their socioeconomic inclusion.
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