Playing together

Spain

The children's stage (0 - 6 years) is one of the main stages of development. In this age range, most of the neurological development of children occurs, and is critical in order to reach the cognitive and neurological bases.

Funded thanks to:
  • Donors
  • Total raised
    94%raised
    • Condis clients 18.858€
  • Direct beneficiaries 40

    Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.

  • Indirect beneficiaries 85

    Those identifiable people who will potentially recieve an effect from the project's activities.

Save the Children

Budget

  • Materials 10.000€
  • Staff 10.000€
  • Total 20.000€
20.000€

Description

Save the Children launched the "Let's Play Together" program to reduce the consequences poverty brings to children from 0 to 6 years of age, and promote their full development.

In this sense, the program works as a space from which families who are in precarious, disruptive situations and who experience important challenges can access them with their children.

On the one hand, through the intervention, the children will develop cognitive, emotional and relational dynamics, placing them in the center of the intervention, as rights holders. On the other hand, families will increase their parenting skills and create links with other adults, community resources and services.

About 500 children from 0 to 6 years old and their families, mainly located in Madrid (Vallecas) and Barcelona (Trinitat Vella) are part of the program.

Activities

  • Give the center the necessary material to carry out the activities.
  • Carry out family activities to promote the development of children.
  • Perform training sessions and parental skills training.

Who will benefit?

40 children and their parents

Project objectives

Coverage of the basic needs of the babies with the purchase of food, hygiene items, security elements, etc.

Development of children, in the field of psychomotricity, reading and writing sensory stimulation thanks to music workshops

Accompaniment to families through training sessions and parenting skills training, strengthening self-esteem and peer relationships, etc.

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