Sport  Colombia Project #41177

"Antes de Tiempo", reducing teenage pregnancy

by Fundacion Tiempo de Juego
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"Antes de Tiempo", reducing teenage pregnancy
"Antes de Tiempo", reducing teenage pregnancy
"Antes de Tiempo", reducing teenage pregnancy
"Antes de Tiempo", reducing teenage pregnancy
"Antes de Tiempo", reducing teenage pregnancy

At Tiempo de Juego, we have been talking about gender topics for more than five years. We have tried different approaches and methodologies, everything with one main goal: to raise awareness on inclusion and diversity among all of our participants. It hasn't been an easy job, because talking about these topics cause all kinds of reactions. Nevertheless, we firmly believe that, by raising awareness on gender violence, stereotypes, sexual and reproductive rights, among others, we are transforming the communities where we work.


In June, we reached a big goal: we published our first Gender Guide! In 6 chapters, we address different gender topics: Sex, gender, and identity; sexual diversity, sexual and reproductive rights, Feminine social construction, Masculine social construction, and Power, Feminism, and society. And last but not least, a playlist about Women's Rights!


This guide was created by Tiempo de Juego's psychosocial and gender team. Hopefully, this will be a useful tool for teachers and families to understand gender topics and promote inclusive practices in every activity fostered by the organization. 


Download our guide on the following lab:

Let us know your opinions, and let's keep promoting safe spaces for everyone!




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The Cazucá Futbol Club is our high performance football team, which has been built by the dreams of many children who not only saw football as a leisure activity, but also the construction of a promising future in professional football.

Thus, in 2020 we were welcomed with the good news that the District Institute of Recreation and Sport IDRD officially recognize the Cazucá Futbol Club as a sports club.

Thanks to this recognition, the club will be able to participate in competitions at the district and national level, and the players will be able to move up to the most competitive and federated levels of professional football in Colombia.

Professor David Osorio, technical director, is the person who helped all the young players who dream of a future in professional football, can be closer to achieving it.

DAVID OSORIO, when he joined the Foundation at the age of thirteen, was fleeing of the armed conflict in his homeland in Sonson, Antioquia. In the early morning, his aunt put him in a taxi on the way to Cazucá, fearing that the guerrillas or the street would caught David. Since then he has conquered many dreams with his skills and determination. He was a Monitor, Community Manager and Game Time Sports Coordinator. Currently is Technical Director of Cazucá Fútbol Club, the first high performance of the Foundation Tiempo de Juego, where trains 30 young people in their dream of conquering the top.


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On 28th September, Tiempo de Juego run the 5th edition of the 5Kzuca, a 5K race that raises awareness about teenage pregnancy.


The event is a space for social integration, where more than 500 children, young people and adults from different backgrounds had the opportunity to share experiences and create shared memories around themes that require special attention in order to achieve social change.


The main objectives of the event were: 

  • To promote the transformation of negative images associated with life in Altos de Cazucá through an untraditional running route around the neighborhood.
  • To promote sports and healthy lifestyle habits as admirable lifestyle choices
  • To encourage the practice of activities during free time, especially athletics
  • To be advocates and promoters of solutions to social problems that affect children and young people in the country, such as teenage pregnancy.


Since 2018, this strategy has been developed within the framework of the Andean Week, organized by the Colombian Family Welfare Institute for the prevention of teenage pregnancies. Tiempo de Juego is committed to this theme and promotes it through events such as the 5Kzucá.


We had the support of different governmental and private platforms, who committed to tackling teenage pregnancy.


Runners from around Bogotá signed up for the race and ran the first 4 kilometers on their own around the neighborhood of Cazucá. The last kilometer they ran holding hands with a child from Tiempo de Juego to show their support in achieveing their dreams and having a better future!


 The race had very positive results within the community and amongst the children. Tiempo de Juego was able to become better known and, at the same time, it was able to raise awareness about teenage pregnancy.


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Fundacion Tiempo de Juego

Location: Bogota, D.C. - Colombia
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