It is a project that seeks to empower families living in tenements housing downtown in Medellin, Colombia, with tools that support the development of human potential and counteract the perpetuation of the physical, human and spiritual poverty.It aims to reduce situations of abuse, and reduce vulnerability in children living in the tenements located in downtown Medellin, aged between 6 and 12 years.
¿WHAT IS THE STRATEGY?
Address the problem throughout four lines of actions:
Improving labor skills in parents or guardians, and guidance in family economy.
To follow up school counseling, nutritional, and psychosocial support to children of parents who receive training, or work support.
Raising guidance for adults, communication strategies, and conflict resolution in the family system.
Information and guidance of government benefits and paths to access productivity increase.