After seven months of remote follow-up, teachers and principals of three schools from Altos participated in a workshop on meaningful learning and processes of evaluation.
Thanks to this action, carried out by Fundación Alda with the support Raíces Real Estate, they now have more and better resources to handle the final evaluation period.
Three family health units in the city of Limpio could ensure the continuity of their breastfeeding counselling services, thanks to the biosafety supplies and materials received within the framework of the Limpio Sur Program, implemented by Fundación Alda and Children Believe.
This article, published on Fundación Alda platforms, provides a brief description of the responses of the educational systems of Latin America in face of the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic, the crisis triggered by it and the case of Uruguay, one of the countries which best manages to face this situation.
Besides, it presents insights on some of the main critics and debates generated in the region around the measures and educational plans established by the different governments of the region.
View article in this link: https://bit.ly/3k5tSIi
On World Food Day, commemorated last October 17th, Lic. Rossana Cano, nutritional advisor from Fundación Alda, proposed some recommendations that will allow children and teenagers to develop correctly and lead a healthy lifestyle.
Undoubtely, it was an exceptional day since countries all over the world are dealing with the generalized effects of the world coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, but this allows us to strenghten the #AldaCommitment with childhood and adolescence towards the encouragment of healthy eating habits.
Access the recommendations here https://bit.ly/350nxcU
After months of hard work by the techical team, the material “Limpio, a city with rights” was launched on Fundación Alda’s platforms.
The publication aims at raising awareness and guiding on initiatives, institutions and proposals which the municipality has in order to guarantee chidlren and adolescents the opportunity to grow up and develop in an environment which recognizes them as subjects with rights.
It is a proposal by Fundación Alda and Children Believe, also intended for parents, grandparents, teachers, communities, organizations and authorities of the city Limpio, in an institutional effort to protect and promote the rights of children and adolescents of the communities of this city.
The material is available in the following link: https://bit.ly/2FpXjGI
In order to raise awareness and sensitize girls, boys and the whole community about the need to put an end to any kind of violence towards girls and women, we continue the dissemination work of various materials on the theme from Fundación Alda’s digital platforms.
The content of these materials (five educational audiovisuals and ten informative flyers) has been developed by the team and well-known national producers have worked on the design and production of the materials. They accompanied the generation of these educational resources with an attractive format and a friendly and simple language, thought for a public with heterogeneous realities and ages.
The materials were elaborated within the framework of the campaign “Opa la violencia” by Fundación Alda, with the support of the European Union in Paraguay and the endorsement of the Ministry of Childhood and Adolescence and the Ministry for Women .
The materials are available on the following links: