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We work to ensure children can simply be children

We combat child poverty in Spain through the CaixaProinfancia programme.

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  • WHAT WE DO

    With the goal of breaking the poverty circle passed on from parents to children and offering youngsters opportunities for the future, we work to achieve the following

    • Encourage the development of skills among young children and teenagers and their families so they can improve their social integration and independence

    • Promote the social and educational development of young children and teenagers in their families, at school and in society

    • Develop and implement a comprehensive model of social and educational action that helps to improve the opportunities for social and educational development of children and their families

    • Help to raise awareness and mobilise society in eradicating child poverty.

     

    The programme benefits from the collaboration of more than 400 social organisations working in a network and responsible for attending directly to families, prioritising aid and following up each specific case.

  • WHO IT'S FOR

    For families with children aged between 0 and 18 years suffering from poverty and marginalisation.

  • HOW WE HELP

    We promote children's development to provide them with solid references for their future and an optimum level of welfare that helps them to grow and train, via:


    1. Pro education services

    • Additional educational support and school resources

    • Open centres

    • Summer camps and activities

    • Educational family workshops
       

    2. Servicios pro salud

    • Diet and hygiene for children

    • Glasses and hearing aids

    • Psychological support

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Alma, la red social social

lunes, 9 sep. 2019

Rutas hacia una vida mejor

La Asociación Rutas de Sevilla, apoyada por el programa CaixaProinfancia, atiende a niños y niñas, adolescentes y jóvenes con menos oportunidades en los entornos desfavorecidos del Polígono Norte y La Bachillera.

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  • 60.000 children attended during 2018
     

  • 7.300 supported families in 2018

  • 57.000 children attended during 2019
     
     

  • 6.800 supported families in 2019