Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school

by Caritas de Monterrey A.B.P.
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Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Help 286 Mexican teenagers to stay in school
Oct 14, 2021

Results of your Support

Thank you for the support and trust placed in the Promoting Youth for a Better Life Program, we share the experience that young people have had at the end of the school year and the adaptation of health measures for the COVID-19 pandemic.

During this atypical year, the ninth generation (2020-2021) continued working with health measures.
In August we concluded this generation with 185 young people.

The results were:
• 105 students channeled to psychology therapy.
82% obtained favorable healthy results on the self-esteem scale.
80% obtained favorable healthy results on the social skills scale.
• 183 (98.92%) students increased and maintained their healthy self-esteem score.
• 181 (97.84%) students increased and maintained their healthy social skill score.
Additional services.
• 137 students benefited from free computer services for homework preparation and high school enrollment.
• 797 number of accumulated hours of computer service granted.
• 139 students pre-registered to enter the entrance exam
Currently 157 young people (84.86%) will continue their educational level in different high schools and technical high schools,
8 (4.32%) youths did not pass the high school exam, they will probably retake it in 6 months
20 (10%) will not study or will postpone their studies.

Each young person is important to Cáritas de Monterrey and knowing the social adversities in which they live, they continue to hope to overcome themselves to achieve a better way of life.

Thanks!!!

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Caritas de Monterrey A.B.P.

Location: Monterrey - Mexico
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Twitter: @caritasmty?lang=es
Project Leader:
Cáritas de Monterrey
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon Mexico
$6,896 raised of $12,000 goal
 
92 donations
$5,104 to go
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