This project was designed by the Madre Oliva Association to assist 15 girls between the ages of 11 and 14 who have suffered sexual and psychological abuse. The program provides the girls with psychological counselling as well as a space where they feel comfortable, safe and valued. The girls participate in workshops that build self-esteem and help them understand their rights, and they work together to produce crafts to sell. Through these activities they are beginning to see that they are capable of achieving goals they set themselves and that they are able to heal.
- 1 year
- Aviación, in the Zaña Valley
- 15 girls between the ages of 11 and 14
Esperanza Centre for Alternative Education
The Esperanza Centre for Alternative Education is a school for Indigenous children in Cajamarca. The families of many of these children have been pushed off their traditional lands by mining and other extractive industries. In the city, these children...
37,500 of 40,000 CAD raised (93.75%)