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We invite you to dive into our annual reports and learn more about our organization's journey. Your support and trust are essential to our success, and we're grateful for the opportunity to share our progress with you.

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Computer Laboratories 

The Adelante Mujer Foundation is a community dedicated to supporting women who have gone through difficulties, in most cases, gender violence; helping them continue move forward with their lives and take charge of their future. Forward Woman is about women Discover your power and inspire other women to do the same, joining your strength so that transform the difficulties they have experienced into fuel for growth. They They have a vegan food restaurant with which they help generate jobs for women who live in the shelter, in addition to receiving therapies and different trainings that help them to improve their quality of life and that of their children.

Training project on virtual tools: Workshop on Creating Web Pages for Entrepreneurs:

Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, many entrepernur

need to be online. So we take the opportunity to

teach them some tolls with that they can make web pages and logos for their business.

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Workshop on the use of ZOOM for older adults

In response to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, which resulted in increased isolation and limited social interactions, we initiated a specialized workshop aimed at empowering older adults with the skills to use Zoom. The primary goal of this project was to bridge the digital divide and enable elderly individuals to connect with their loved ones, attend virtual events, and access online resources safely from the comfort of their homes.


Héctor Cruz Rocabado: Computer Engineering Student at the Universidad Mayor de San Simón began his studies in 2011 and is in his tenth semester. He is motivated because wants to gain experience in teaching teaching, provide support in training. It has a title of Higher Technician in Systems Analysis at the CATEC Institute, received before entering to the Universidad Mayor de San Simón. Has participated in courses on computer networks, introduction to JAVA SWING, human relations for personal development at the School of Leadership, basic LINUX, among others. Has work experience as an exhibitor at the XIV Professional Information Fair, assistant ad honorem at the UMSS Computer Science and Systems Laboratory for 30 hours per month, Initial instructor of the Basic Java course, Equipment maintenance technician in Cybermania, Manager of equipment and computer network maintenance in the Laboratory of statistics of the Faculty of Sciences and Technology of the UMSS, Instructor of courses of Office training-assembly at the CITE barracks, and Cotapachi Barracks (Chapare) the year 2014 and 2015 for one month respectively. I also work as an instructor of classes computing in the Army in Cotapachi (Chapare), Naval Force.


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The Exercise Routine Program for Older Adults celebrated its first continuous year in August 2021. It is conducted from Monday to Thursday from 17:00 to 18:00 with different activities each day. This program aims to comprehensively address the physical and mental health of older adults, who have been severely affected by the pandemic as they are part of the high-risk population, with many living alone. This activity serves as a wonderful distraction through health and well-being.

In 2021, due to the closure of the Alzheimer's Foundation in the city of Santa Cruz, we made the decision to merge the groups that previously worked separately to offer them daily exercise opportunities. This way, we have expanded our service capacity, reaching 7 out of the 9 Departments of Bolivia, leveraging the advantages provided by technology through Zoom and WhatsApp platforms.

During these one-hour exercise routines, Lic. Ericka leads stretching and relaxation exercises, helping participants improve their physical, emotional, and mental well-being. The materials used in some of the classes are common household items such as plastic bottles filled with water, broomsticks, and unused paper, ensuring no additional cost or discomfort for the beneficiaries.


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