Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children

by UBECI
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Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Reduce work hours for Ecuadorian street children
Proyect Play, do and learn
Proyect Play, do and learn

                                               

                JANUARY - FEBRUARY 2016 in NUMBERS

 1. PROGRAMS:

UBECI served our working children in 6 marketsin and outside of Quito 4 days a week with a total of 96 workshops bimonthly.

in these two months, 631 working children aged 1-17 attend our sessions:

  • 41,5% male vs. 58,5% female
  • 76.86% go to school vs. 23,13% do not go to school

 2. CAMPAIGNS:

  • DENTAL ASSISTANCE CAMPAIGN

          Provided dental evaluation and treatment for 29 childrenin the markets and 29 Complete Case.

  • PREVENTION LESSONS ABOUT HEART CARE TO 186 children.
  • ACTIVITIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-ESTEEM, ON THE DAY OF LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP TO 186 children.

each year to the Project Play,  do and learn, which is performed in the markets, UEBCI get statistics 100% real, that motivate us to continue providing care to more children, we are very sure that with your cumplierems support our goals, and reach our school have more comprehensive and complete attention.This year, UBECI has the goal of making two challenges and to raise $ 8000 soon will contact you start dates, and we expect you to help us promote our project and so to succeed.

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2015 in NUMBERSOUR PROGRAMS:

In 2015, UBECI served children and families working in six markets throughout Quito, Ecuador. Throughout the year we set weekly development and education goals, and this year we completed 49separate goals.

In 2015, UBECI served:

  • 372 working street children ages 0 – 15
  • 52.7% male                          47.3% female
  • 78% attend school           22% do not attend school

CAMPAIGNS

SCHOOL KIT CAMPAIGN: Last year, UBECI delivered kits with the materials and supplies necessary for successful school involvement to 140 children in order to encourage families to either begin or maintain their child´s attendance in school.

DENTAL ASSISTANCE CAMPAIGN: UBECI provided dental treatment and assistance to 14 boys and 8 girls for a total of 22beneficiaries from low-income families.

PREVENTION  CAMPAIGNS: UBECI implements campaigns in order to prevent unhealthy habits and encourage healthy habits. Here is a list of the prevention campaigns carried out in 2015 and the number of beneficiaries UBECI was able to reach through their campaigns:

  • Cavity Prevention: 105
  • Nutrition, Weight, and Size: 210
  • Caring for the Heart: 252
  • Healthy Body: 145

CHRISTMAS CAMPAIGN: UBECI celebrated Christmas by delivering Christmas presents to 137 boys and 77 girls for a total of214 beneficiaries.

CLOTHING CAMPAIGN: 38 articles of clothing were delivered to parents of street children; 115 articles of clothing were given to boys and 77 to girls for a total of 310 beneficiaries.

IN 2015, UBECI SERVED 1770 ECUADORIAN CHILDREN AND FAMILIES THROUGH ITS PROJECTS AND CAMPAIGNS.

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UBECI

Location: Quito - Ecuador
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Project Leader:
Mónica Rivadeneira
Quito, PICHINCHA Ecuador

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