Provide access to child education for 25 children from zero to 3 years and 11 months who were not provided with public school access and who are in vulnerable social position. Parents of the beneficiary children will receive training so that they can take responsibility for the education of their children at home, properly manage their resources and live in society.
The lack of public nursery school access in Brazil has left children in situations of social vulnerability and exposed to psychic, physical or verbal violence both in the family and in society.
The Mao Amiga Project aims to help 25 families in social vulnerability by placing children from zero to 3 years and 11 months into private nursery education schools, requiring parents to be in the labor market and to pay part of the monthly fee, Parents should participate in the training that the project provides in order to continue receiving the benefits as well as assuming the education and care of their children and the family's financial life.
We believe that through education we can make a better world with more justice and kindness. By giving this 25 kids a chance at early education we're giving them tools and support a better future for themselves and the community around them.