Skip to Content

Who we are

Strengthen the skills of adults responsible for the upbringing and education of girls and boys, through guidance, training and accompaniment, to significantly transform their vision and action towards them and thus enhance their emotional, physical, cognitive and social issues based on a rights approach.

Crecer Jugando

The goal of this program is to support and strengthen childcare and education programs to promote a comprehensive development in early childhood, expanding opportunities and addressing the challenges that children face today.

Specifically, we seek to:

    • Develop and promote supplementary educational proposals to stimulate and comprehensively strengthen the capacities of children in their early childhood within motor, social, emotional, cognitive and language areas through playful activities.

 

    • Foster and strengthen the construction of social networks, promoting an active participation of community members in the decision-making process regarding children, where the best interest of the child is the foremost consideration*.

 

    • Raise awareness of environmental factors that can affect the development of children, with a view to promoting suitable spaces for developing good relationships, culture and recreation for them.

*UNICEF, 2012

Crecer Juntos

This program seeks to contribute to transforming the understanding that adults have about early childhood and early childhood education, raising awareness of the responsibility and impact of parenting and educational practices on the integrated development of children, from a rights-based approach.

Specifically, we seek to:

    • Promote the creation of affective bonding and healthy emotional relationships between adults and children, which in turn help to reduce the levels of violence and child abuse.

 

    • Share and promote guidelines regarding childcare, nutrition, healthy habits and actions to prevent developmental difficulties.

 

    • Strengthen and promote the skills of adults who are responsible for the care and education of children that favor child rearing models based on good treatment and affection.

 

    • Foster and strengthen the construction of social networks, bolstering an active participation of community members in the decision-making regarding children, where the best interest of the child is the foremost consideration.*

*UNICEF, 2012

Formación Continua

Through this program, we seek to develop the competencies required for people interested in becoming facilitators or instructor, so that they are able to conduct workshops and perform the corresponding activities according to the standards of quality and philosophy of the Early Education Program.

We want Facilitators / Instructors to:

    • Develop didactic skills that will enable them to create dynamic workshops.

 

    • Guide the group participants in the construction of meaningful learning.

 

    • Promote a participatory and respectful atmosphere within the group.

 

    • Remain informed and current on issues related to child development and early childhood education.

 

  • Participate in activities that allow them to improve their performance in conducting workshops.

To achieve this we have developed face-to-face workshops, learning materials, institutional conferences and online forums.