VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS

by Fundacion Madre Maria Luisa Casar
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
VENEZUELA: EDUCATE, FEED AND HEAL 400 SLUM KIDS
Student encouraging to give on GivingTuesday -3Dec
Student encouraging to give on GivingTuesday -3Dec

Versión en Español /Spanish version

¡GRACIAS, GRACIAS, GRACIAS!

Tu apoyo nos ha permitido cosechar muchísimo logros:

  • EDUCACIÓN: Cada año 400 niños y niñas en situación vulnerable han tenido la oportunidad de estudiar y resguardarse de los riesgos de la calle.
  • ALIMENTACIÓN: Todos nuestros alumnos, asícomo el personal administrativo y docente de la escuela, han recibido un almuerzo balanceado durante todo el año escolar. Para la mayoría esta es la única comida nutritiva que reciben durante el día.
  • SALUD: Todos nuestros alumnos, el personal administrativo y docente de la escuela, asícomo los miembros de la comunidad del Barrio 24 de Marzo de Petare, han tenido acceso a los servicios de medicina general, pediatría, ginecología, odontología y nebulización en nuestro dispensario médico. 
  • JORNADAS DE SALUD: Los miembros de la comunidad del Barrio 24 de Marzo de Petare han asistido a las jornadas gratuitas de salud integral que hemos realizado con múltiples especialistas: pediatras, médicos generales, oftalmólogos, ginecólogos, nutricionistas, otorrinos, entre otros.
  • MANTENIMIENTO: Para nosotros es indispensable mantener de forma impecable todas nuestras instalaciones.
  • TRANSPORTE: Hemos podido brindar servicios de transporte a nuestros colaboradores, en especial a nuestros médicos, proveedores de alimentos y al personal de la escuela.
  • EXTRA-CURRICULARES: Proporcionamos las actividades extracurriculares que nos ayudan a garantizar una educación integral de calidad: coro, teatro, danza, arte, música y clases de inglés.
  • CIUDADANOS: Estamos formando ciudadanos con valores y estándares de excelencia elevados, que se integran dignamente a la sociedad y se convierten en multiplicadores. Ya varios de nuestros egresados han finalizan sus estudios de nivel técnico superior e incluso continúan con su preparación en instituciones universitarias.

¡Estos son también son tus LOGROS! ¡Por eso te invitamos a seguir formando parte de este gran compromiso que ya cumple 22 años! Ayúdanos a ayudar a los más vulnerables. Permíteles disfrutar de sus derechos fundamentales.

A partir del martes 3 diciembre puedes seguir colaborando con el próximo año escolar visitando el siguiente link: http://goto.gg/43173

¡GRACIAS, GRACIAS, GRACIAS!

PD: ¡Y no olvides nuestro Giving Tuesday!  Por favor, apóyanos y anima a otros a donar. Compartamos juntos a través de nuestras redes y elevemos nuestra voz. 

¡SEGUIMOS CON LOS LOGROS !

 "Con tu apoyo creamos espacios de desarrollo para nuestros niños"

 

English version / Versión en Inglés

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!

Your support has enabled us to achieve a great deal:

  •  EDUCATION: Every year 400 vulnerable children have had the opportunity to study and be guarded from the dangers of the streets.
  •  NUTRITION: All of our students, as well as the school's administrative and teaching staff, have received a balanced lunch throughout the school year. For most, this is the only nutritious food they receive during the day.
  •  HEALTH: All of our students, the school's administrative and teaching staff, as well as members of the community in Petare's 24 de Marzo Neighborhood, have had access to general medicine, pediatrics, gynecology, dentistry, and nebulization services in our medical clinic.
  •  HEALTH DAYS: The members of the community of the 24 de Marzo Neighborhood of Petare have attended the free days of integral health that we have made with multiple specialists: pediatricians, general practitioners, ophthalmologists, gynecologists, nutritionists, otolaryngologists, among others.
  •  MAINTENANCE: For us it is essential to maintain all our facilities impeccable.
  •  TRANSPORTATION: We have been able to provide transportation services to our partners, especially our physicians, food providers, and school personnel.
  •  EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: We provide extracurricular activities that help us ensure a quality comprehensive education: choir, theater, dance, art, music and English classes.
  •  CITIZENS: We are forming citizens with high values and standards of excellence, who integrate with dignity into society and become multipliers. Several of our graduates have already completed their studies at a higher technical level and are even continuing their preparation at university institutions.

These are also your achievements! That's why we invite you to continue being part of this great commitment that is already 22 years old! Help us to help the most vulnerable. Let them enjoy their fundamental rights.

From Tuesday 3 December you can continue collaborating with the next school year by visiting the following link: http://goto.gg/43173

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!

PS: And don't forget our Giving Tuesday! Please support us and encourage others to donate. Let's share together through our networks and raise our voices.

 WE CONTINUE WITH THE ACHIEVEMENTS!

 "With your support we create developmental spaces for our children."

Students - School Neighborhood - 24 Marzo Petare
Students - School Neighborhood - 24 Marzo Petare
Doctor checking a student
Doctor checking a student
Kindergarten students - lunch time
Kindergarten students - lunch time
Students visiting an art gallery
Students visiting an art gallery
School Location: Petare's 24 de Marzo Neighborhood
School Location: Petare's 24 de Marzo Neighborhood
Chorus - students singing in the school
Chorus - students singing in the school
Mother Maria Luisa with students at the school
Mother Maria Luisa with students at the school
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Taking anthropometric measurements - Height
Taking anthropometric measurements - Height

Version en Espanol/ Spanish version

   “Un niño que no se alimenta bien, no puede estar saludable, y, por ende, no rinde adecuadamente en la escuela”. Madre María Luisa Casar

   En la Fundación Madre María Luisa Casar entendemos que salud, alimentación y educación van de la mano para lograr la formación integral de nuestros niños. Por esta razón estos aspectos  se abordan de diferentes maneras. En el caso del comedor escolar, brindando una alimentación balanceada dirigida por médicos nutricionistas, charlas educativas y el uso, por parte de nuestros especialistas, de herramientas de diagnóstico y evaluación como las mediciones antropométricas. Estas últimas consisten en la toma de las medidas corporales de los niños para un posterior análisis del estado nutricional y control.  

   Estas mediciones se realizan dos o tres veces durante el año escolar y en cada una de las mediciones se elabora un informe que muestra la situación nutricional de los niños, Lo que nos permite hacer seguimiento para corregir o implementar nuevas estrategias.

   Por ejemplo en la medición final del año escolar 2018/2019 realizada en junio, los resultados obtenidos fueron satisfactorios, A pesar de la crisis alimentaria que viven muchas de las familias venezolanas, la U.E Jenaro Aguirre logró mantener a la mayoría de los niños en condiciones saludables:

  • Hubo una mejoría del 25% en cuanto a la cantidad de niños que recuperaron su peso con respecto a la medición anterior. Un 30% que se encontraba en riesgo de delgadez, mejoraron. En cuanto a la desnutrición aguda se registró un alza en sus indicadores, lo que nos permitió tomar medidas extraordinarias con los niños afectados y frenar la evolución de este factor.
  • En cuanto a la mejoría de los indicadores de la Desnutrición Crónica se puede afirmar que los estudiantes del Jenaro están creciendo de manera sostenida. La malnutrición por exceso no presentó ningún cambio significativo.
  • Adicionalmente los informes muestran que los estudiantes de educación inicial tienen mejores indicadores nutricionales que los de grados superiores. Posiblemente las familias colocan toda su atención en atender la alimentación de los más pequeños y abandonan de cierta manera la nutrición de los niños mayores. Este patrón se repite con la valoración del dato antropométrico a nivel nacional.

   A pesar de las adversidades, estos resultados nos demuestran el impacto positivo en la comunidad de la U.E Jenaro Aguirre y la importancia de continuar con el trabajo, el cual ha sido posible gracias al apoyo de todos ustedes.

 

English version / Versión en Inglés

    “A child that is not well nourished, cannot be healthy, and therefore, cannot perform well academically” Madre María Luisa Casar

  At the Madre María Luisa Casar Foundationwe understand that health, nutrition and education go hand in hand to achieve the comprehensive education of our children. This is why these issues are addressed in different ways. In the case of the school lunch room, by offering balanced meals created by nutritionists, educational lectures about nutrition and the use of diagnostic and assessment tools such as taking anthropometric measurements. The latter consist in taking the child’s body measurements for subsequent analysis for the state of nutrition and control.

   These measurements are performed two or three times during the school year and each measurement isfollowed by a report that shows the child’s nutritional situation, allowing follow-up to correct or implement new strategies.

   For example, in the measurement of the end of the 2018/2019 school year performed in June, the achieved results were positive. Despite of the food crisis suffered by many Venezuelan families, the Jenaro Aguirre School managed to maintain the majority of the children in healthy conditions.

  • There was a 25% recovery in respect of the amount of children that regained their weight from the previous measurement. A 30% at risk of being underweight, were able to recover. We observed rise in the indicators of acute malnutrition, which allowed us to take extraordinary measures with the affected children and halt the progress of this factor.
  • Regarding improvement of the Cronic Malnutrition indicators, we can affirm that the students of Jenaro are growing in a sustained manner. There were no significant changes in the excessive malnutrition.
  • Additionally, the reports show that the early education students have better nutritional indicators than the older grades. It is possible that families focus their attention towards tending to the nutrition of the youngest children, and neglect the nutrition of the older ones, in a way. This pattern is repeated in antroprometric measurements across the country.

   Despite of the adversities, these results show the Jenaro Aguirre School’s positive impact in the community and how important it is to continue with the work, which is possible thanks to your support.

Taking anthropometric measurements - Weight
Taking anthropometric measurements - Weight
Taking anthropometric measurements - Arm
Taking anthropometric measurements - Arm
Taking anthropometric measurements_Height
Taking anthropometric measurements_Height
Doctors & FMMLC -  Anthropometric measurement day
Doctors & FMMLC - Anthropometric measurement day
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PROMOTION XIX - 9 YEARS AGO -
PROMOTION XIX - 9 YEARS AGO -

Versión en Español / Spanish version

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El pasado jueves 18 de julio de 2019 celebramos con mucho orgullo la graduación de la promoción XIX de la Escuela Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga, compuesta por 33 estudiantes (42% mujeres y 58% hombres, entre los 11 y 14 años) quienes culminaron la etapa de educación básica con una celebración muy sentida donde recibieron un merecido diploma y una medalla de parte de las autoridades de la escuela y la directiva de la Fundación Madre María Luisa Casar. Ambas condecoraciones son un símbolo de gran trascendencia en su futuro como venezolanos.

Queremos compartir con nuestra gran familia de colaboradores y voluntarios, datos resaltantes sobre esta promoción, y que nos muestran la influencia de nuestra formación en sus vidas, en la comunidad del Barrio 24 de Marzo y en la sociedad venezolana:

  • La mayoría de los estudiantes se formó desde 1er nivel y por ello fueron condecorados con un Diploma Junior, el resto de fue incorporando progresivamente desde 3er nivel y hasta 5to grado.
  • Las actividades extracurriculares preferidas fueron coro y teatro y parte de ellos se beneficiaron con más de una actividad, pintura, danza y música, asegurando su integralidad.
  • En el área de nutrición y salud, el 36% de los egresados presentó problemas nutricionales durante su trayectoria en la escuela, los cuales fueron atendidos con tratamientos específicos. A la fecha actual, el 24% se logró recuperar satisfactoriamente y un 12% restante continua en tratamiento.
  • Estimamos que, el grupo completo recibió 45.750 almuerzos en la escuela y fueron atendidos en el dispensario médico unas 859 veces, durante la permanencia en el Jenaro.

Ellos y nosotros, estamos más que agradecidos con cada uno de nuestros benefactores porque su aporte y su cariño han sido indispensables para celebrar este día conscientes y preparados para una etapa más exigente.

La buena noticia es que gracias a la gestión de la Fundación Madre Ma. Luisa Casar, el 100% de los estudiantes continuará su bachillerato, con la fiel intención de ser profesionales y agentes de cambio social. Sueñan y tienen la firme convicción de que serán médicos, ingenieros, abogados, deportistas profesionales, fotógrafos, veterinarios y maestros venezolanos

Enseñanza, hogar, respeto, tolerancia, compañerismo, responsabilidad, valores, trabajo en equipo, fueron algunas de las palabras que emplearon para describir lo que significa para ellos el Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga. Su alma mater.

 

English version / Versión en Inglés

infographic

 

Last Thursday, July 18th 2019, we proudly celebrated the graduation of the XIX Promotion of the Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga School, comprised of 33 students (42% girls and 58% boys, between 11 and 14 years of age). The students ended this final stage of basic education with an emotional ceremony, where they received their well deserved diploma and medal from the School authorities and the Board of Directors of Fundación Madre Maria Luisa Casar. Both of these awards are symbols of great importance in regards to their future as Venezuelan citizens.

We would like to share with our great family of supporters and volunteers these remarkable facts about this promotion, which are proof of the influence our education has had on their lives, on the community of Barrio 24 de Marzo as well as the Venezuelan society:

  • Most of the students joined the school from the 1st level and for that they were awarded the Junior Diploma. The rest of the students progressively joined from 3rd level and up to 5th Grade.
  • The students’ favorite extracurricular activities are choir and theater and most of them participate in more than one activity, such as painting, dance and music, thus ensuring a comprehensive experience.
  • Regarding health and nutrition, 36% of the graduating class presented nutrition problems during their time at the school, which were duly addressed with specialized treatment. At the current date, 24% of the students were able to recover successfully and the remaining 12% continue in treatment.
  • As per our estimates, the class was served 45.570 meals at the school and had 859 doctor’s appointments, during their time at Jenaro.

We and the students are more than thankful to each and every one of our benefactors, because their care and support were essential in order for the students to celebrate this milestone, aware and prepared for a more challenging stage in their lives.

The good news is that thanks to the efforts of the Madre Maria Luisa Casar Foundation, 100% of the students will continue on to High School, with the true desire of becoming professionals and agents of social change. They dream and have the firm conviction that they will become doctors, engineers, lawyers, professional athletes, veterinarians, photographers and teachers in Venezuela.

When asked to describe what Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga, their alma mater means to them, the students used the following words: Education, home, respect, tolerance, companionship, responsibility, values and teamwork.

PROMOTION XIX - GRADUATION DAY - JULY 18TH 2019
PROMOTION XIX - GRADUATION DAY - JULY 18TH 2019
STUDENT WITH HER DIPLOMA AND MEDAL
STUDENT WITH HER DIPLOMA AND MEDAL
STUDENT TOUCHED BY THE EMOTIONAL CEREMONY
STUDENT TOUCHED BY THE EMOTIONAL CEREMONY
STUDENT AT THE WELCOME ENTRANCE - DOUBLE DIPLOMA
STUDENT AT THE WELCOME ENTRANCE - DOUBLE DIPLOMA
STUDENT RECEIVING HER DIPLOMA AND MEDAL
STUDENT RECEIVING HER DIPLOMA AND MEDAL
A PROUD FAMILY
A PROUD FAMILY
THE TEACHERS - GRADUATION DAY
THE TEACHERS - GRADUATION DAY
STUDENTS - ENTRANCE OF THE SCHOOL - SLUM 24 MARZO
STUDENTS - ENTRANCE OF THE SCHOOL - SLUM 24 MARZO
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Versión en Español / Spanish version

  1. ¿Qué cantidad de comida requiere el comedor escolar de la escuela Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga para alimentar balanceadamente a 400 estudiantes?
  2. ¿Cuánto dinero necesita la Fundación Madre María Luisa Casar para realizar las compras de los alimentos?Como ha influido la inflación de la economía?

Estas son preguntas sobre el comedor escolar que nos son frecuentemente realizadas y cuyas respuestas queremos compartir con ustedes:

1) Cantidad de comida: Para alimentar a los 400 estudiantes mensualmente se requieren de 3.050Kg de alimentos aproximadamente (trimestralmente: 9.150Kg aprox.)

2) Costo de los alimentos: En el primer trimestre del año 2018 la fundación requirió de $4.671,25; mientras que para el primer trimestre del año 2019 fueron $17.211,81. El incrementó fue de 268%, casi el cuádruple en sólo un año a causa de la inflación económica que sufre Venezuela.

El cuadro a continuación muestra por grupo de alimentos y su respectivo desglose los consumos mensuales, el 1er trimestre del 2018 y 2019 expresado en dólares y los porcentajes de aumento para cada alimento que debe adquirir mensualmente la fundación para cumplir con uno de sus objetivos principales, que es brindar a los 400 niños de la escuela Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga una alimentación balanceada que les permita un sano desarrollo físico e intelectual.

La situación de inflación en el país presenta un panorama de múltiples desafíos, que influyen en la adquisición de alimentos para brindar el acostumbrado almuerzo y merienda diariamente a los estudiantes:

  • El alza de los precios cada vez mayor y a mayor velocidad
  • La difícil adquisición de los alimentos debido a la intermitencia y/o inexistencia de los mismos en los mercados
  • El aumento en la frecuencia del cobro de productos y servicios en dólares (desfavorable y volátiles tasas de cambio)
  • La estimación de la continuación del ritmo inflacionario durante el resto del año

La Fundación ha cuadruplicado sus esfuerzos para enfrentar estos desafíos y poder seguir ofreciendo a nuestros niños venezolanos la atención lograda hasta hoy no solo en materia de alimentación sino de educación y salud.

Seguiremos respondiendo a sus inquietudes y estamos muy agradecidos por su valiosísimo aporte, el cual nos ha permitido por mas de 20 años ininterrumpidos enfrentar las adversidades que se presentan en el camino para seguir construyendo futuro.

English version / Versión en Inglés

1)    How much food does the school cafeteria of Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga School require to feed 400 students with a balanced diet?

2)    How much money does Fundación Madre María Luisa Casar need to buy this food? How has the economy inflation influenced this?

These are the questions frequently asked about the school cafeteria, and we would like to share the answers with you:

1)    Amount of food: To feed 400 students monthly, approximately 3,050Kg of food are required (quarterly: 9,150 Kg approx.)

2)    Cost of food: In the first quarter of 2018 the foundation required US$4,671.25; for the first quarter of 2019 it was US$17,211.81. The increase was 268%, it is almost the fourfold in just one year due to the economic inflation in Venezuela.

The chart below shows the breakdown of the monthly consumption for each food group. The 1st quarter of 2018 and 2019 expressed in US dollars, and the percentages of increase for each food that the Foundation must purchase every month to meet one of its main objectives, which is to provide the 400 children of Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga school a balanced diet that allows them a healthy physical and intellectual development.

The inflation in the country presents multiple challenges, which influences the acquisition of food to provide the usual lunch and snack to the students daily:

  • The rise in prices is increasing even more and faster
  • The difficult acquisition of food due to shortages of product in the market
  • The increase in the frequency of purchasing products and services in US dollars and the unfavorable and volatile exchange rates
  • The estimation of the continued inflation during the rest of the year

The Foundation has quadrupled its efforts to face these challenges. We have been able to continue offering our Venezuelan children the care they deserve; not only in terms of food, but also in terms of education and health.

We will respond to your concerns and we are very grateful for all your support. Your continued contributions have enabled us to provide for these children for over 20 years. The Foundation and the students of the Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga school thank you for this as you have transformed the lives of thousand of children and given them a future.

Lunch Time
Lunch Time
Making Arepas at the school kitchen
Making Arepas at the school kitchen
Cooking meat at the school kitchen
Cooking meat at the school kitchen
Baked plantains at the school kitchen
Baked plantains at the school kitchen
Boiled plantains at the school kitchen
Boiled plantains at the school kitchen
Mixing the salad at the school kitchen
Mixing the salad at the school kitchen
Eggs provisions in the school kitchen pantry
Eggs provisions in the school kitchen pantry
Slum Barrio 24 de Marzo - school location
Slum Barrio 24 de Marzo - school location
Happy student after lunch time
Happy student after lunch time
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Veronica: pediatrician at the outpatient clinic
Veronica: pediatrician at the outpatient clinic

Versión en Español / Spanish version

   Mi nombre es Verónica, soy ex alumna y mamá de 2 alumnas del Colegio Cristo Rey Altamira. Soy médico pediatra desde hace 15 años, egresada de la UCV, con postgrado en el Hospital Universitario de Caracas. Desde hace 3 años (Febrero 2016) ejerzo mi profesión en el Ambulatorio Madre María Luisa Casar ubicado dentro de la escuela Jenaro Aguirre; labor que me llena el alma y el espíritu semana a semana.

   En estos 3 años he atendido 1,180 pacientes y la experiencia ha sido realmente enriquecedora. El hecho de llegar ahí todos los jueves, semana a semana, conseguirme con la lista de entre 15-20 pacientes, tanto de la Escuela como de la Comunidad que me esperan para verse, es un compromiso que vale la pena tener; así como finalizar la jornada admirando el gran momento que se vive a la hora del almuerzo en esta Escuela, las sonrisas de cada niño, sus gestos... es un verdadero manjar para el alma.

   Para mí, los niños son el eslabón más importante de cualquier sociedad, y velar por su salud, crecimiento y educación, es sencillamente velar por un futuro mejor.

   Me llena de gran orgullo y estoy eternamente agradecida por ser parte de esta hermosa familia de la Fundación Madre María Luisa Casar.

 

English version / Versión en Inglés

   My name is Veronica. I am a former student of the Colegio Cristo Rey Altamira and mother of two girls that currently attend this School. I have been a pediatrician for 15 years, graduating from the Central University of Venezuela (UCV for its initials in Spanish) with Post-graduate studies in the University Hospital of Caracas. Since February 2016, I treat patients at the Madre María Luisa Casar Outpatient Clinic, located inside the Jenaro Elorriaga School. This fills my soul and spirit week to week.

   In these 3 years, I have treated 1,180 patients. The experience has been truly enriching. Just getting there every Thursday, week after week and finding a list of 15 to 20 patients waiting to be treated, makes me realize that it is a very important commitment to have. At the end of my work day, seeing the children’s smiles, their gestures, the way they enjoy the lunch hour is a true delight for the soul.

   For me, children are the most important element of any society and ensuring their health, growth and education is simply ensuring a better future for all.

   I am filled with pride and eternally grateful to be a part of this beautiful family that is the Madre María Luisa Casar Foundation.

Pediatrician and preschool student
Pediatrician and preschool student
Pediatrician checks eye health - community patient
Pediatrician checks eye health - community patient
Preschool student laughing with the pediatrician
Preschool student laughing with the pediatrician
Preschool student at the clinic
Preschool student at the clinic
Pediatrician with the students
Pediatrician with the students
Pediatrician checks baby's weight
Pediatrician checks baby's weight
Pediatrician and an elementary school student
Pediatrician and an elementary school student
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