Education
 Mexico
Project #8384

Reduce Violent Attitudes in Marginated Children

by Fundacion EDUCA Mexico
Vetted
Jun 11, 2012

Developing self confidence in children

Dear friends! How are you!

As many know, there are growing numbers of bullying in younger children, egocentric behaviors, lack of team work and concern for social wellbeing. These topics need to be attended urgently, and that’s why we started this program. It develops the capacity of discernment in children ages 4 to 7 and through which they gain life skills such as empathy, compassion and wisdom. As children understand and use these life skills they will become more aware of their relationship with others, make better assessments and create a solid platform for moral and social values.

We greatly appreciate all your support and look forward to sharing great results from this program soon!

 Kind regards,

EDUCA Team 

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Mexico, Mexico City Mexico

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