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Task Brasil's projects in Brazil continue to improve the lives and support the needs of underprivileged children and young people.

Project Stepping Stone, it is committed to providing assistance and guidance to its ex-residents, so that they maintain continuous access to local support networks and live in harmony with their families, away from the streets.

Task Brasil’s team of professionals visit our ex-resident children and their families to ensure that after the reintegration process, they continue to attend school, receive health care treatment and have access to further education or vocational training while they benefit from an improved standard of living away from the streets.

Project Crescer started on 1 November 2011 for children and teenagers, aged 10 - 17 years old from low income families who attend the state run schools nearby in Santa Teresa neighbourhood. The project helps some of the most disadvantaged teenagers in Santa Teresa, Rio de Janeiro. Our goal is to complement and expand upon the education that they are receiving at school, so that they are given every opportunity to fulfill their potential and thrive in life.

The children and teenagers currently attend workshops in English, IT, music, swimming and sports, educational support in maths and Portuguese as well as Citizenship and incoming generating skills. They are provided with breakfast on arrival, a snack at 10 a.m. and lunch at midday before they go to school. The designer rolex replica for sale online.

The kids are highly motivated and particularly excited to be learning music, English and many new things.

Learn more about the projects by clicking here! Our UK Volunteer Nadia is reporting from Brazil her experience since 1st November 2011. Click here!

PHOTOS of activities in Casa Jimmy are available in our FACEBOOK page Here

                                       Helping Brazilian children to help themselves!

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