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Technological Culture Project, 'COMPUTER LABS

At the beginning of the group, the children and adolescents are divided by age to better progress through the topics. As a way to encourage responsibility among the children, it was required that before entering the computer classes, they must finish their school assignments. Each beneficiary uses a laptop independently, so they can make the most of their time and focus on their own work. Each computer has loaded: Encarta encyclopedia, Wikipedia, educational games, so that if they finish their class progress on time, they have access to educational or reference material for their homework and learning. There is no internet access at the request of some institutions and to prevent access to information that could confuse the children and adolescents, as the populations we work with are in vulnerable situations.

Sayari warmi Women's Association - Community and Culture House Wasitukuypaq-Ushpa Ushpa

The Community and Culture House Wasitukuypaq is located in the Ushpa Ushpa area in the South, 15 km from the city center following the road to the Lower Valleys of Cochabamba. This area suffers from limited economic resources, which are reflected in the lack of access to basic services in the area. For example, Ushpa Ushpa does not have water service, so families must buy water in barrels weekly to meet any food or hygiene needs. The families are of limited means, so having a school support center is an advantage for the care of the children. Casa Wasitukuypaq was previously funded by the "Educar es Fiesta" Association, an organization that was closed due to lack of funds. Faced with the need to continue with this support center, the Sayari Warmi Women's Association took the initiative to keep the house open. Despite not having funding, these women, many of whom are indigenous, seek ways to cover maintenance and voluntary support expenses by selling handicrafts and pastries. This space allows for the prevention and personal development of the children, who are mostly between 8 and 13 years old. At the end of the course, the children received folders with their printed work and a participation certificate for those who attended responsibly and passed the exams. A birthday celebration was also held with all the children attending the Community House, where they enjoyed a cake, birthday bags, and a costume contest. This celebration is important because due to the economic situation, many families do not have the conditions to celebrate their children.


"Computer Classes Sayari Warmy Women's Association

The Sayari Warmy Women's Association is composed of a group of female leaders seeking their empowerment and improvement of the quality of life in their community by taking on the maintenance and administration of the "Wasitukuipaq Community Cultural House" in the Ushpa Ushpa area. They offer the children in the area the option to receive almost free school support and arts education, aiming to keep them away from gangs. To cover the center's expenses, as they do not have funding and to also generate income for their homes, the members of Sayari Warmy produce pastries according to the classes they will give at the Center, as well as selling the jewelry they produce. However, these products have difficulty being marketed because they do not know how to socialize and seek customers; this is why the computer course focused on improving skills for using computers and social networks.

Among the beneficiaries were 6 women, as many of the members are illiterate or cannot leave their homes; the training was basic and as simple as possible so that they can handle the computer efficiently. The course covered packages such as: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, emphasizing the management of social networks with the aim of promoting the sale of the products they make.

Centro Cultural y Comunitaria Tikariy, Sindicato Agrario Taquiña:

The area where Centro Tikariy is established is located at the foothills of Cerro Tunari, in the northern part of the city. The population consists mainly of migrant peasants who are engaged in agriculture and also in the cultivation and sale of flowers. Their children benefit from the community artistic house where they receive school support and murga (a form of street dance and drumming) classes throughout the year. This semester, the training was complemented with computer classes.

Since the 2018 management, the Agricultural Union Taquiña has taken over the administration of the Community House, as the "Educar es Fiesta" Association ceased to operate due to lack of funding. In this way, the parents are responsible for covering the expenses through a monthly contribution made by the families to maintain the daily school support in the afternoon shift received by their children, with the additional support of volunteers.

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The "Unidad Educativa Jesús Maestro B" is located in the Satellite Zone of the Province of Tiquipaya. This area houses this center, which has been operating for 14 years and is located in facilities provided by the Lutheran Church. These consist of the pastor's residence, which has been adapted within the possibilities of the parents to meet the needs of the children and adolescents. The beneficiaries come from low-income families, in some cases, they are farmers and merchants, grandparents, and in others, they come from foster homes since they do not have any family members to take care of them. However, the commitment of the parents and the administrative staff and teachers has contributed to gradual improvements being achieved.

Adelante Bolivia supported the 2018 management with the intervention of Lic. Ericka Mamani Osinaga as a physiotherapist who worked in coordination with a full-time physiotherapist. However, due to the number of children, they could not meet the therapy needs.

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Puntiti Therapeutic Community:

The Therapeutic Community Puntiti is a non-profit organization that belongs to the Hospital Sisters and has the mission of providing support to people with disabilities through a shelter for orphans with multiple and severe disabilities. At the same time, they provide physiotherapy services to external children as well as special education classes during the school year in Bolivia, from February to November, despite having a fairly limited space for classes. This Shelter is one of the largest and oldest in Cochabamba, with 20 years of history.

Among its population, they have 80 people aged between 10 to 40 years who are divided by age for the bedrooms and dining areas. During the school months (February to November), they receive physiotherapy interns since they have only one contracted professional physiotherapist. For this reason, Adelante Bolivia is supporting during December and January to minimize this deficiency through the professional in physiotherapy.

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