Our founder Trude Stene visited the project “wawas” in Cochabamba-Bolivia

 

Our founder Trude Stene has been in Cochabamba Bolivia visiting some of the schools where the project “WAWAS” has been implemented. She has interviewed the team of our local partner Huellas & Futuro to see the new challenges of this second phase of “WAWAS”.

Trude has also personally spoken with schoolteachers and principals to assess how the project “WAWAS” is producing a positive and sustainable impact. As you may see in the photos, the children and teenagers welcomed Trude very happy, they have shown their affection and gratitude with smiles, hugs and kisses.

 

This encounter has confirmed once more that Future4Children is achieving its goals and changing many children’s lives, ensuring for them better conditions to live within a safe environment free from violence and therefore practice fully their right to access integral education.

 

Future4Children considers vital that the projects that we support do not only bring a positive outcome, but it rather generates a sustainable impact that changes behaviors, atitudes, values and mind sets to benefit current and future generations. Hence, the project “WAWAS Phase 2” is now being implemented aimimng to engage and favor at least 10 000 children in 2018-2020, which can be possible only with your valuable help.

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