An overview of everything we did in April!
Paraguay Okakuaa Project
“My self-esteem, my greatest tool for life”
is the workshop’s name held with first and second cycle students, from morning and afternoon shifts, of the Basic School N° 7608 “Divino Niño” of Itakurubi, department of Guairá.
The meeting was used to apply instruments of Labor Status, which measure the amount of weekly hours that children dedicate to productive activities. Their purpose is to demonstrate the impact of the project in reducing the worst forms of child labor.
Alda Educa Project in Altos
Representantives of Fundación Alda
visited the schools Delfín Chamorro, Alejo García and Sagrado Corazón de Jesús in the city of Altos, department of Cordillera.
The schools are part of the Alda Educa Project that is implemented with the support of Raíces Real Estate
On this occasion, they received teaching materials that will be used in the implementation of meaningful and innovative pedagogical activities so that children learn more every day.
BBVA donates technological resources to Central Department public schools
provided computer equipment for the Alda Educa project.
With the equipment, 2,570 children of the Central department public schools will have access to technology.
This donation of technological resources will constitute a facilitating means of pedagogical processes in order to contribute to the educational quality improvement.
Joven Adelante Project
Secondary education teenagers who are part of the Joven Adelante Project, from the Héctor Roque Duarte and Santa Rosa schools in the city of Limpio, participated in self-awareness and vocational guidance activities.
Group dynamics were carried out, which aimed at identifying values, aptitudes, abilities and interests of each participant and reflecting on the importance of establishing long-term goals.
A very enriching aspect of the activity consisted in the space created so that the Joven Adelante Project’s students who are already in university shared their experiences, becoming referents for their peers in the secondary education at the time of choosing their university careers.
Limpio Sur Program
The children benefiting from the Limpio Sur Program enjoyed painting and drawing days as part of the celebrations of the “Canadian Independence Day”.
As a way to get in touch with their sponsors, they made colorful cards with allegorical pictures of the date and learned about the similarities and differences between Paraguay and Canada.