Health and Education for 200 children in Paraguay

by Global Infancia
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Summary

With your support Global Infancia plans to improve health and education of 200 children from a needing rural school, through the building of bathrooms, kitchen and a medicine cabinet in Carapeguá, Paraguay.
$640
total raised
23
donors
0
monthly donors
5
years active

Challenge

The rural school has 200 children from needy families, many of them affected by the migration of their parents and therefore more susceptible. Some classrooms do not have blackboards, chairs or tables, which affects learning in a negative way. According to the school among the most urgent needs are the bathrooms and the kitchen. Global Infancia, together with the education community, seeks to provide resources that allow better conditions for the learning and development of these children.

Solution

Building bathrooms and kitchen, getting kitchen equipment and supplies for the medicine cabinet, giving training and support for teachers and parents on nutrition and health, which will improve the health and education of students

Long-Term Impact

The project will optimize the health and nutrition facilities as well as the school management to increase attendance and learning, which will enable the complete development of children

Resources

http:/​/​www.globalinfancia.org.py/​
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Organization Information

Global Infancia

Location: Asuncion, Central - Paraguay
Website: http:/​/​www.globalinfancia.org.py/​
Project Leader:
Marta Benitez
Asunción , Paraguay

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
   

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