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January 2019 Activity Newsletter

January 2019 Activity Newsletter

Publicado el 06/03/2019
We begin a year full of activities and opportunities! Keep reading and find out everything that was done in January.

Toys for the whole life at the Costanera of Asunción

On Saturday, January 19, at the Costanera of Asunción, we shared a fun afternoon with the little ones and their families as part of the “Toys for the whole life” campaign. The event was part of the “Asu Verano” program of the Municipalidad de Asunción. “Toys for the whole life” is a UNICEF campaign that is being implemented by Fundación Alda in 5 municipalities selected for applying to be “Friends of children and adolescents” and it promotes early stimulation in children from 0 to 3 years old. For more information about the campaign visit this link.

Limpio Sur Vacation Camp

In the social facilities of Salado – Limpio, children enjoy their vacations playing, learning and reflecting on their community and the future. Since the end of January, children between 4 and 14 years old, from the settlements Canaan, Divino Niño, Rosa Mística, El Progreso, Don Bosco and Capilla San José Aguapey have a space to play, while they analyze, from their perspective and in company of community referents, topics such as the importance of the environment and the challenges that the community faces in order to think how to build a better future together. There are also first aid, drawing and painting workshops, in which each of the participants demonstrates their skills and talents. The Limpio Sur Program is developed through an agreement between Fundación Alda and the Christhian Children’s Fund of Canada (CCFC).

Paraguay Okakuaa: Super Camp Season in Guairá

Since January 21 and for 3 weeks, children participating in the Paraguay Okakuaa Project, from the districts of Troche, Villarrica and Borja enjoyed days full of excitement and a great deal of fun. In this edition, emphasis was placed on outdoor activities that enabled the integration and participation of all children through learning experiences based on actions such as: continuous games, personal growth and cognitive challenges. The Super Camps are carried out during the holidays, as a way to generate protected spaces for children to develop their full potential. Paraguay Okakuaa is a project of the Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Security (MTESS) of Paraguay, funded by the Department of Labor of the United States of America (USDOL) and implemented by Partners of the Americas and Fundación Alda as a supporter.

Toys for the whole life – Lambaré

On Thursday, January 31, in the city of Lambaré, a workshop was held to promote the importance of early stimulation in children from 0 to 3 years old and to strengthen affective bonds with parents through play. During the workshop some toys were also made from the “Toys for the whole life” campaign such as the Chiki Chiki and the Móvil Bebé. The activity was attended by the mayor of the city, Mr. Armando Gómez, CODENI officials, educators and presidents of neighborhood asociations, who participated in each of the proposed dynamics. The “Toys for the whole life” project from UNICEF, is implemented by Fundación Alda in 5 municipalities selected for being “Friends of children and adolescents”. For more information about the campaign visit this link.

The application deadline for the InnovaEduca Awards is extended

The applications for the 3rd edition of the InnovaEduca Awards are extended until March 15, 2019 so that everyone can present their experiences of good practices that achieved innovative changes in their socio-educational communities. In this edition, all public management schools from the MEC may apply for the InnovaEduca Awards. The reception of applications is made through the email comunicacion@fundacionalda.org. For more information and to download the terms and conditions follow this link.

We are members of:

Federació Catalana d'ong per al desenvolupament
Asociación Española de Fundaciones
Innovemos
coepy
CDIA