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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
Jan 16, 2020

TOGETHER AGAINST VIOLENCE

Prevention

During the 25 years of work, we have seen how street life has been transformed for children and adolescents, which has led us to strengthen intervention strategies.

Therefore, we decided to take actions by carrying out prevention work together with parents, caregivers, teachers and other members of the community.

 In Pro Niños we work prevention from two axes:

• Comprehensive care for families with children at risk of living on the street, through the Family Assistance Program.

• Early detection of adolescents at risk of living on the street, through workshops for the development of life skills taught in public secondary schools, which, as an immediate impact, will prevent school dropout.

 

Through this program, we serve children and adolescents between the ages of 8 and 17 who are at risk of living on the street.

 

Results

Prevention

Family Assistance Program

We work in 4 municipalities of the CDMX and 4 Municipalities of Edo. Mex

143 people were treated

We had 207 assists to the school support group

104 cultural, sports and recreational activities were carried out

 

 

Preventive workshops in secondary schools

63 students participated in the "Life Skills Workshops"

23 sessions were held in secondary schools No. 16 Pedro Díaz and No. 270 Celestino Gorostiza.

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Fundacion Pro Ninos de la Calle,I.A.P.

Location: Mexico - Mexico
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Project Leader:
Laura Alvarado
Mexico, Mexico
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