Learning outdoors for children of the favelas

by Instituto Sinal do Vale
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Learning outdoors for children of the favelas
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Learning outdoors for children of the favelas
Learning outdoors for children of the favelas
Learning outdoors for children of the favelas
Learning outdoors for children of the favelas
Learning outdoors for children of the favelas
Learning outdoors for children of the favelas
Learning outdoors for children of the favelas
Learning outdoors for children of the favelas
Learning outdoors for children of the favelas
Learning outdoors for children of the favelas
Learning outdoors for children of the favelas

Project Report | Jan 10, 2024
Summer camp at SINAL campus

By Randa Seyam | Sinal do Vale Team

In December, we kickstarted our summer camp at the SINAL campus. We have been working closely with the children of our team members of the local community of Santo Antonio. SINAL is more than just a space for work; it is a community, and we are committed to supporting every aspect of it, especially the well-being and education of the children. The seven dedicated ladies that work in our jackfruit processing factory within SINAL, each have children of varying age groups. Every year they face a challenge during the summer holidays as schools are closed, pressuring them to hire someone for their children’s care. Seizing this opportunity, we began a sensorial educational program, offering a safe and enriching environment for these youngsters.

Our program focuses on developing their sensory abilities, encouraging them to perceive the world around them not only through their eyes but also through touch, hearing, and taste. On the second day, we focused on observing nature,  body language, and enhancing communication skills, with 4 more sessions scheduled until the end of January.

This year, we want to extend this program to more children in the Santo Antonio community, when we have the necessary resources with your support. 

Your contribution will directly support covering the current and future costs associated with educational materials and hosting the summer camp. Thank you to our contributors who helped us so far, and please consider sharing with friends and family who may be interested in supporting our work!

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Instituto Sinal do Vale

Location: Rio de Janeiro, RJ - Brazil
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Project Leader:
Thais Corral
General Coordinator
Rio de Janeiro , Rio de Janeiro Brazil
$6,397 raised of $30,000 goal
 
80 donations
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