Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico

by Club de Ninos y Ninas de Nuevo Leon
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Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico
Provide Help for Children and Teenagers in Mexico

Problems addressed: High percentage of school dropouts, lack of study skills for professional training, high percentage of teen pregnancies, high rates of violence and access to toxic substances.

Restored Human Rights:

Right to: development, identity, substantive equality, not to be discriminated, to live in conditions of wellbeing and healthy-integral development, living free of violence and personal integrity, inclusion, quality education, rest and recreation, freedom of conviction, freedom of expression, participation, association and assembly, privacy and access to information and communication technologies.    

Sustainable development goals:

3         HEALTH AND WELLBEING

4          QUALITY EDUCATION

5          GENDER EQUALITY

10        INEQUALITY REDUCTION

16        PEACE, JUSTICE AND STRONG PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

17        ALLIANCES TO ACHIEVE THE GOALS

 

Programs:

Academic advising, Life project, Sports, Human development, Nutrition, Prevention of addictions and healthy life, 3D modeling workshop.

Results:

100% improve their academic performance through the development of study skills and abilities.

100% of adolescents and youth who attend the Club do not consume toxic substances.

 With this project and the extension of the range age, we were able to recover 134 teenagers and youth.

 

Others workshops throughout strategic alliances:

 

·       Nutrition (“Instituto Estatal de la Juventud INJUVE”)

·       Habits of life (“Instituto Estatal de la Juventud INJUVE”)

·       First aid (“Instituto Estatal de la Juventud INJUVE”)

·       Motivation (“Instituto Estatal de la Juventud INJUVE”)

·       Sexual Responsibility (“Instituto Estatal de la Juventud INJUVE”)

·       Violence prevention (“Instituto Estatal de la Juventud INJUVE”)

·       Self-esteem (“Instituto Estatal de la Juventud INJUVE”)

 

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We kept promoting actions that contribute to make our Country, State and specifically the municipalities of Escobedo and El Carmen, Nuevo León, safer places. Also, to make them reach higher development levels with the implementation of our programs of Tutoring, Art, Sports and Human Development. These are offered to children and youth in situation of homelessness or in risk of returning to a life on the streets.

EDUCATION

Programs:

Active readers, Mathematics, Spanish, Computer classes, Spelling and Workshops: Reading, Movie maker, Games, Storytelling, Fun experiments, Robotics, Reading-writing, Counseling for high school studies.

Some Results:

The percentage of total desertion of NNAJ that attend the Club is 1%.

SPORTS

Programs:

Soccer, Basketball, Handball, Athletics, Volleyball, Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Boxing, Judo, Gymnastics, Workshops: Table tennis, Baseball, Tennis, Athletics, Alternative sports, Motor games and Imua limalama.

Some Results:

Vivian Anahí Martínez López, a 12 years old girl, was recognized by the Municipality of San Nicolás as "The Best Athlete of the year 2018”. 

ARTS

Programs:

Painting, Crafts, Music, Dance, Orchestra, Object art, Abstract art, Origami, Flexible plasticine, Strings, Singing, Modern dance, Violin and viola, Dance therapy, as well as workshops of: Serigraphy, Masks, Photography, Sewing, Quilling, Iris folding and "the magic of art".

Some Results:

The 100% of NNAJ who participated in the arts project, discovered they have the right to express their freedom and their feelings through art. As a result, they restored their self concept, self-esteem, community identity and the ability to solve conflicts.

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

Programs:

Values and rights, Playroom, Emotional intelligence, ‘Cleaning your way’, Feeling and thinking, My essence, Club Toy, Building my life, Diffusion leaders, Strengthening families, and workshops: Culture of legality, Circus ‘let's do it right’, Cartoon land, Social skills, Games and toys of the world, My Garden, Super heroes, Recycling, Lego, Decorators and Piñata-making.

Some Results:

Parents received training in human rights. This was suggested by the NNAJ who attend the Club every day.

100% of NNAJ worked on their social skills, allowing them to develop empathy, work as a team, improve their behavior at home, at school and at the Club.

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Club de Niños y Niñas de Nuevo Leon is a nonprofit care center for children and youth ages 6 to 18 years who are at a risk situation for not having parents supervision during after school hours.

 

The Club function is a space to promote positive and constructive ways of living and social interaction through its four programs arts, sports, academic reinforcement and human development

 

Principal Results

 

Club de Niños y Niñas de Nuevo Leon was semifinalist in the Systematization, Strengthening and Dissemination of Good Practices for the Social Prevention of Violence and Crime competition, as part of the national program to prevent social violence and crime, hosted by the the Mexican Government, and the United States Agency International Development.

 

As part of tha Club de Niños y Niñas de Nuevo Leon stategy by falling on the sustaintable development objectives(2030 Agenda), the projects were aligned during 2017 and the following outcome was obtained.

 

Goal 2.1 and 2.2- End hunger and malnutrition forms

Through the food program it has been possible to daily provide foods rich in protein and fiber, and through the workshops of healthy eating, children, youths and their parents were trained.

 

Goal 3.5 and 3.7 Use and prevention of addictive substances, sex information and education

The Club de Niños y Niñas de Nuevo Leon preventive model includes street risks among which: use of addictive substance and early pregnancies in girls and teenagers. Cuurently, the percentage of pregnant girls and teenagers and addictive substances consumption among our members is less than 1%

 

Goal 4.1, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6 and 4.7 Inclusive, equitable, and quality education and promote learning opportunities during lifetime for everyone.

Through the programs offered in the Club (Arts, Sports, Human Development and Education) we prepare young people to continue their technical and college studies; in the 2017 we modified an exclusive space for academic mentoring and a professional guidance coach.

100% of children and youths who attend the Club, continue their elementary and junior high studies and 95% in High School.

100% of the children and youths who attend the Club are literate and each year we teach Math and Spanish programs where 93% increase their average.

The Club de Niños y Niñas de Nuevo León is a classroom for INEA (National Institute for Adult Education).

 

Goal 5.1, 5.5 and 5b- Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.

From the start of operations of the Club (2012) to date, the Club de Niños y Niñas de Nuevo León programs, especially those in Human Development area, have been focused on empowering both girls and boys, we work:

Self esteem

Knowledge and strengthening of universal values

Knowledge of their rights and obligations

Settlement of disputes

Proper handling of social networks

Feelings and emotions

Sensitization of problems in their environment

Crime prevention and domestic violence

Academic improvement

How to have healthier life

Sports

Development of a life plan

 

Goal 16.1, 16.2, 16.5 and 16.6 Reduction of violence, end child abuse, reducing corruption and bribery, transparent institutions.

All children and youths attending the Club are aware, know their rights, and enforce them.

The program is also enriched with workshops to prevent violence, self-esteem to create resistance to violence, values, cyber crimes, prevention of bullyng.

The Club de Niños y Niñas de Nuevo Leon has a permanent program called “Let´s do it right” focused on the “Culture of Legality”, where the member receive information about the corruption that exists in all spheres of their life, looking to become exemplary citizens.

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We improve the quality of life of 685 children and youth through the habit of reading, increasing their educational, personal and emotional development, preparing them to be in synchrony with the world and people, providing them with the tools to successfully venture into the world of work and break out the cycle of poverty.

With the reading habit, we will improve their social and human condition, they will develop cognitive aspects of the brain that will help them exercise the mind and be active for all the activities of their daily lives.

Challenge

In Mexico, the number of readers aged 18 and over has decreased by 8 percentage points as reported by the National Institute of Geography and Statistics (INEGI) through the Reading Module (MOLEC) based on the Common Methodology for Exploring and Measuring Reading Behavior, published by the Regional Centre for Book Development in Latin America and the Caribbean (CERLALC) and UNESCO.

In Mexico, an average of 3.8 books is read per year. With our project, 80% of children and youth who attend the Club, will read 10 books per year in order  to reach reading levels of countries such as Spain, Korea and the United States.

Solution

 –     Encourage and increase the habit of reading through a program that becomes part of the daily routine.

–      Encourage reading at the family level, through parent-child activities.

–      Identify children and young people's reading preferences and expectations according to their interests.

–      Reading a book in the reader's voice, in order to identify advances in pronunciation and use of accents .

–      Conduct debates on the main and circumstantial ideas of certain literatures to promote contact and dialogue.

–      Outdoor activities to motivate the reader with their ability to concentrate in a location other than the library.

–      Carry out complementary activities related to reading and reading comprehension.

Long-term impact

More healthy girls, boys and young people as reading stirred up their minds and slowed down the progressive deterioration caused by age.

Better students by increasing their memorizing and learning skills.

Girls, boys and youth with an analytical thought regarding what exists around them.

Girls, boys and youth who are empathetic with their families and communities.

Girls, boys and youth with better communication abilities by increasing their leadership skills.

 

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685 girls, boys and young people between 6 and 18 years have had fun learning.

Thanks to your help, we have provided educational, human development, arts and sports tutoring that have helped them succeed in school, explore vocational opportunities, stay healthy, and acquire important skills that will serve them throughout their lives.

  • 147 books were read by our members per month
  • Thanks to their abilities, 9 partners obtained a scholarship for the Advanced 3D Video Game Programming Workshop at one of the most prestigious universities in Mexico, the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey.
  • 721 kilograms of PET were recycled by 12 members with the "Cleaning Your Way" program, which consists on picking up all plastic bottles on the way to the Club and from the Club to their home.
  • Kamishibai, an international experience at the Club. Great stories and tales told to our members, this visit was made to celebrate the VI International Festival of Kamishibai and Oral Narrative in Nuevo Leon.
  • Our soccer boys and girls teams finished in 1st place thanks to their effort, technique and desire ti win in the Northern School League.

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Club de Ninos y Ninas de Nuevo Leon

Location: Monterrey, Nuevo Leon - Mexico
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Project Leader:
Mónica Sanchez
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon Mexico
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