Despite the economic progress prevails exclusion, poverty and unemployment in Cusco. Young people without training represent 72% of underemployment. Higher education is denied to rural youth, more so if women; nevertheless, they strive to prosper by breaking down barriers, paying for expenses that bring them closer to an educational center through temporary jobs. Without family support, they face shortcomings, their expectations decline, putting at risk culminating studies and escaping poverty.
Grants will be provided to cover study costs in the last cycles of training and encouragement for the qualification of those who are at risk of abandoning their technical career, which will be decisive in the trajectory of their personal and family life. To this end, the garden cradle will be put into operation, which will provide, in addition to a nutritious diet, specialized attention to children, children of young parents, while they fight poverty by studying, to grow and prosper.
On the one hand, the project will professionalize 200 young students who will have access to decent employment, and on the other, provide specialized care to 30 children from early childhood through the garden crib, which will make it easier for parents to concentrate their efforts on completing studies. higher, reducing the risk of abandonment, improving their employment and therefore break the vicious circle of poverty and contribute to their community.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).