Life skills in adolescents to face violence

by Fundacion Pro Ninos de la Calle,I.A.P.
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
Life skills in adolescents to face violence
CTVI
CTVI

El joven ingresó a la Casa de Transición para la Vida Independiente en octubre de 2021, para lo cual lleva un año en el espacio. Este año el joven ha tenido diferentes logros. Dos de ellos son los siguientes:

Al llegar a la casa, Adrián manifestó que quería terminar el bachillerato porque quería estudiar el nivel medio superior, para ellos se hizo un plan de acompañamiento educativo, donde se detallaron los temas que vendrían en los exámenes del INEA que tenía que presentes fueron repasados, sin embargo debido a que después de los años que no había estudiado, le resultaba difícil concentrarse al momento de resolver los ejercicios que se le presentaban. Por ello, en sus primeros intentos tuvo muchos errores, lo que le causó frustración y molestia, sin embargo, siguió esforzándose por seguir estudiando, por lo que hace un mes logró aprobar todas las materias, acreditando el bachillerato, situación que cada vez lo acerca más a su propia meta de ingresar al nivel medio superior.

Asimismo, durante este tiempo Adrián ha tenido diferentes ejercicios para ingresar y mantenerse en un trabajo, esto dando pocos resultados, pues al poco tiempo ha dejado de trabajar, argumentando que la parte educativa es una prioridad para él. Sin embargo, ahora que terminó la secundaria, dice que tiene la intención de “ahorrar lo más que pueda” pensando en graduarse en un año.

Asimismo, ha utilizado el salario que gana para comprar algunos artículos de higiene personal, ropa y artículos personales, así como algunos artículos de despensa. Esto, por supuesto, nos permite ver la autonomía que está logrando durante su estadía en el CTVI.

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At Pro Niños we have accompanied Melissa since she was 5 years old, together with her family they have used her in our programs.

 

Melissa's family was affected by the scarcity of economic resources, violence in the environment and the lack of opportunities to enjoy a decent life. Melissa's mother was in charge of working, and being a single-parent family, she had to leave Melissa alone for long periods of time. This puts her at high risk of living on the streets, threatening her safety, development and her stay in school.

Melissa* is currently 13 years old, and has developed skills that allow her to grow up safely and healthily, receives educational support to attend the 2nd grade of secondary school, and now has support networks that allow her to freely exercise her rights and enjoy a healthy life. with opportunities.

Melissa's mom has also developed positive parenting skills where she has been able to balance family, personal, and Melissa's needs.

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The Gutiérrez family is a single parent family made up of Mrs. Carolina and her six sons and daughters. She is originally from the neighborhood of Chamapa, Municipality of Naucalpan in the State of Mexico and has been cared for by the Family Care Program (PAF) since May 2018.

At first, the accompaniment focused on the eldest son who had addiction problems; An accompaniment job was done with him and later he joined the school system. During this process, we worked with Mrs. Carolina on the empowerment of parental functions in order to assertively accompany their sons and daughters.

Over time and with the different changes in the family nucleus, Mrs. Carolina has shown greater willingness to continue strengthening her parenting skills.

Mrs. Carolina refers to being happy and wishes that her children could finish with a technical career or a bachelor's degree.

In the family dynamics, an atmosphere of respect and cooperation is perceived, and this has been achieved by the participation of all its members to achieve their objectives throughout these years.

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From the Family Assistance Program, educational content and follow-up at home were implemented. Each family implemented, together with their reference educator, measures of self-care and prevention of contagion, as well as a personalized plan for monitoring at a distance, by phone or through virtual platforms. According to the report "Protection of children from violence during COVID-19" by UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund), the rates of violence against women, girls and boys in Mexico increased significantly during the quarantine . For this reason, our strategy to influence this issue was to provide medical and psychological care, and provide support through workshops for the development of parenting skills and violence prevention. In this way, we attended a total of 77 people during the confinement. 199 Supports for food health. 802 sessions of school accompaniment. In 2020 we had: 1799 psychoeducational care.
In the workshops for parents or caregivers we had an attendance of 10 people, while in the workshop for boys and girls we had a total of 12 attendees, in this way we achieved that each member had tools for their physical and emotional safety within their home. Another action was also the support and school accompaniment, where we achieved the school permanence of 80% of the children and adolescents attended. During the accompaniment, care was also provided for children and adolescents with intellectual and / or psychosocial disabilities.
“As the days, weeks and months passed, the foundation continued to work remotely, this was a way of working to which it was difficult for me to adapt since I consider that our work is based on direct contact with people; So doing the interventions with remote people was a bit frustrating and complicated for me. However, I was motivated to know that despite adversity, we should continue working for people, since the pandemic represented a factor that increased the inequality in which they lived. " Street Work Educator.

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I came to Pro Niños through educator David who works in Street Work. I felt that I already needed help, I felt alone and did not know what to do. So I decided to take this accompaniment so that I could feel better.

I have learned many things and have acquired skills to face conflicts, resolve doubts, solve problems among other things. I learned to be very assertive, to be very clear and direct with myself, and with my colleagues.

The House of Transition to Independent Living (CTVI) has helped me promote new learning. Before the confinement by Covid - 19, I really liked going out to play soccer, it is my favorite sport. Sandra, our coordinator of the House of Transition to Independent Living (CTVI), told me that, if I loved sports so much, why couldn't I learn from it?

We had contact with the Fundación Educa Deporte A.C. and I signed up for classes as a "soccer coach." I took my exams, activities, homework and successfully completed the courses, I was able to receive my official certificate.

I am very grateful for all the people who work in this project that is Fundación Pro Niños and I also thank the donors who have trusted in this family. Many things are taken advantage of by contributing a grain of sand to each person. Despite the pandemic, we do not stop, we continue to advance and we are learning new things.

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Location: Mexico - Mexico
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Laura Alvarado
Mexico, Mexico
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