The Impossible Poster: Inspire thousands in PR

by Taller Salud, Inc.
The Impossible Poster: Inspire thousands in PR

Project Report | Jun 4, 2024
The Impossible Poster - Inspire Thousands in PR

By Yamilin Rivera Santiago | Director of Communications and Development

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Project Overview: The Impossible Poster is a groundbreaking initiative aimed at inspiring thousands of young girls in Puerto Rico and beyond. This project seeks to bring a utopian vision into reality by empowering girls with the understanding of their inherent value and the vast universe of possibilities available to them. It addresses the often-overlooked demographic of young women and girls in the discourse on women's rights, emphasizing the need to validate and respond to their unique wants and needs from an early age.

Goals and Objectives:

  1. Empowerment through Inspiration: To inspire young girls across Puerto Rico by showcasing powerful statements and ideas of self-fulfillment and potential.
  2. Amplification of Female Empowerment: To create a blueprint that can be replicated in other regions, fostering a global movement for young female empowerment.
  3. Community Engagement: To involve parents and the wider community in supporting and reinforcing these empowering messages.

Key Activities:

  • Design and Distribution of Posters: Creation of visually striking and message-rich posters that will be distributed in schools, community centers, and public spaces throughout Puerto Rico.
  • Workshops and Seminars: Conducting workshops for young girls and their parents to discuss the themes of the posters and to provide a platform for expressing and validating their needs and aspirations.
  • Social Media Campaign: Utilizing social media to spread the messages of the posters, share success stories, and create an online community of support and inspiration.

Long-Term Impact: The Impossible Poster project aims to have a profound long-term impact by:

  • Combating Apathy: By equipping young girls and their parents with empowering messages, we can address the national apathy towards women's rights and inspire proactive engagement from a young age.
  • Building a Foundation for Change: By nurturing a sense of value and potential in young girls, we are laying the groundwork for future leaders and change-makers who will advance women's rights and gender equality.
  • Creating a Replicable Model: The success of this project in Puerto Rico will serve as a model that can be implemented in other regions, spreading the impact globally and amplifying the movement for female empowerment.

Expected Outcomes:

  • Increased Awareness: Greater awareness among young girls about their rights and potential.
  • Enhanced Self-Esteem: Improved self-esteem and confidence in young girls, empowering them to pursue their dreams and ambitions.
  • Community Support: Stronger support systems within communities as parents and community members become more involved in empowering young girls.
  • Global Reach: Expansion of the project to other regions, creating a worldwide network of empowered young girls and supportive communities.

Conclusion: The Impossible Poster project represents a bold and innovative approach to female empowerment. By targeting young girls and involving the community, we aim to inspire a new generation of confident, empowered women ready to take on the world. This project is not just about creating posters; it’s about creating a movement, a blueprint for change that can ripple across the globe, one poster at a time. We invite GlobalGiving to support this visionary initiative and help us turn this utopian dream into reality.


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Organization Information

Taller Salud, Inc.

Location: Loiza - Puerto Rico
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @tsalud
Project Leader:
Yamilin Rivera Santiago
Loiza , Puerto Rico

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