Open doors in Uruguay: reception, support, recovery of minors
Support and scholastic accompaniment for minors aged 5 to 13, through a welcome and recovery program.
We made it!
Our work in Uruguay has borne its fruits: with your help we were able to complete this project, and we are proud to be able to tell it and ready to continue our work of charity and support to the most needy.
Our intervention will have the objective of expanding the activities already carried out by the local mission of the Sisters of Providence, through the construction of a multifunctional sports area in the courtyard of the Rosa Mistica boarding school.
A programme to welcome and support children in the neighbourhood through the school
This project aims to promote social inclusion for children and young people who, due to their socio-economic and family situations, run the risk of taking the road to delinquency. The first step in achieving our goal is the creation of a safe, welcoming, playful place for all of them.
A play area for children
Building a multifunctional sports area is a unique opportunity to discover, through games, the beauty of being together, helping each other, collaborating and playing. Theseare often considered banal concepts, but for the children of the Rosa Mistica school, this space is going to make all the difference.