EQUIPMENT DIAGNOSIS FUNDACIÓN JERA

EQUIPMENT DIAGNOSIS FUNDACIÓN JERA
It was identified that in the city of Zipaquirá the population of young
people with disabilities is served by the Esperanza Mariana
Foundation ( Due to the COVID 19 situation it has not been
possible to have face to face training again and it is necessary to
provide virtual training to 71 children The institution does not have
the technological infrastructure to do it virtually This project will train
the institution’s teachers to provide distance education and will
provide the tools and accessibility to students to access an educational
process that includes specific classes for the disabled population, music
training and job training The families of the 71 children, the FEM and
10 teachers of the foundation will also be beneficiaries.

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TELEMEDICINA (REMOTE MONITORING SERVICE) FOR SUMAPAZ

TELEMEDICINA (REMOTE MONITORING SERVICE) FOR SUMAPAZ
Reduce the accessibility gaps in Health Services, specifically outpatient clinics in the rural population with displacement difficulties, or requiring priority outpatient care
It is required that the population of the villages separated from the Hospital San Rafael de Fusagasuga , can access priority care so that the patients do not have to travel to resolve diagnoses and previous examinations, so that a general doctor or specialist of the Hospital can take decisions and can avoid these displacements if necessary.
The Province of Sumapaz has the Fusagasuga Hospital service, which is Second Level. However, the rural area does not have adequate care, and this represents 40% of the total population.

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Contribute to the popularization, sale of local agrifood products processed by the women and girls of Kalabanbougou in Ma

Project: « Contribute to the popularization, sale of local agrifood products processed by the women and girls of Kalabanbougou in Ma
The primary vocation of the agri-food sector is to feed people adequately by improving the availability, access and consumption of a variety of, safe and nutritious foods. Women’s groups and associations contribute to it through the local products that they transform and put on the market, however, they encounter difficulties in the sale of their products and one of the strategies to support them in the popularization of processed products is to introduce women and girls in urban areas to their consumption.
The project will also be used to raise awareness about preventive measures to fight against Covid 19. This project aims to bring urban women to introduce into the eating habits of their families, the consumption of processed local products and generate income for their own empowerment.
In the urban environment, the food mode, in the great majority of families, is based on manufactured products to the detriment of local products. Women’s groups and cooperatives are working hard to increase the conservation and availability of food beyond the seasons, while preserving its nutritional value and ensuring its safety. Nutrition-friendly processing processes can make healthy foods easy to prepare and therefore save time for other activities that increase women’s incomes and strengthen their leadership.
The primary vocation of the agri-food sector is to feed people adequately by improving the availability, access and consumption of a variety of, safe and nutritious foods. Women’s groups and associations contribute to it through the local products that they transform and put on the market, however, they encounter difficulties in the sale of their products and one of the strategies to support them in the popularization of processed products is to introduce women and girls in urban areas to their consumption.
The project will also be used to raise awareness about preventive measures to fight against Covid 19. This project aims to bring urban women to introduce into the eating habits of their families, the consumption of processed local products and generate income for their own empowerment.
In the urban environment, the food mode, in the great majority of families, is based on manufactured products to the detriment of local products. Women’s groups and cooperatives are working hard to increase the conservation and availability of food beyond the seasons, while preserving its nutritional value and ensuring its safety. Nutrition-friendly processing processes can make healthy foods easy to prepare and therefore save time for other activities that increase women’s incomes and strengthen their leadership.
Total project cost: 56 657 $

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Environmental Awareness NOW!

Environmental Awareness NOW!
A project working together with 7 elementary schools in Morelos, Mexico. Students, teachers, faculty, parents and local organizations working together to bring forth environmental awareness, local resource management, food sovereignty and self-sufficiency. We will produce a replicable model, materials and curriculum with videos, manuals and methodology. Headed up by Jardines de Cuernavaca Rotary Club in partnership with Pachamama Alliance Ibero-America.

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RURAL WOMEN CHALLENGE

RURAL WOMEN CHALLENGE
Reduce the social and economic gap between the rural and urban population of the Quimbaya municipality, strengthening the commercial processes of the agricultural products of the peasant women of the QUIMQUINAGRO Association.

The QUIMQUINAGRO Association is made up of 20 peasant women from the Quimbaya municipality, who have come together to improve their production processes. This process is well organized, but they have had great difficulty in the distribution and marketing chain, which has made it difficult for them to sell all their production, causing it to be lost on some occasions. Therefore, we intend to support the QUIMQUINAGRO association , through the organization of its entire distribution and commercialization process, which includes the opening of points of sale of its products in the urban sector of the municipality and electronic commerce, allowing its products to be offered permanently, which will allow the income of these rural women to improve.

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WOMEN ENTERPRISE CHALLENGE

WOMEN ENTERPRISE CHALLENGE
In the municipality of Quimbaya, Quindío, Colombia there are a large number of women heads of households, victims, Afro-descendants, women with disabilities and women with their rights violated; that they must face daily the challenges that our society outlines; situation that leads to identify personal, technical, professional and / or economic development needs. This makes the Rotary Club of Quimbaya manage and process a project that allows to provide accompaniment to 25 women seeking to dignify their living conditions, those of their family nucleus and those of their communities; implementing training processes, adequate and equipped spaces for training and to carry out their undertaking; as well as generating seed capital and creating a sustainable revolving fund.

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NUTRITIONAL PROGRAM BASED ON SOYA – PNBS

NUTRITIONAL PROGRAM BASED ON SOYA – PNBS
Needs: Requirement of basic bakery equipment. Marketing and self-sustainability of the community production project.
It will attend: Generating a source of income for the different associations or organizations that operate soybean plants, providing food supplements (based on soybeans) to vulnerable populations.
Beneficiaries: The PNBS communities that have the soy processing plant assigned by the Bogotá Laureles Rotary Club, whose beneficiaries are: children, adolescents, youth, older adults, the disabled, pregnant and lactating mothers .
Beneficiaries: 15,000 people. The final product will be 50 soybean plants strengthened with bakery equipment, 50 plants with a follow-up visit, 750 people trained in bakery with soybeans.

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KITCHEN GARDENS MUNICIPALITY OF PAMPLONA

KITCHEN GARDENS MUNICIPALITY OF PAMPLONA
Support vulnerable communities in the development of kitchen gardens that contribute to food self-sufficiency and economic development, promoting social and environmental responsibility that guarantee the permanence of users in the project and sustainable production.

Generation of income for families as financial support for their needs.
Improvement of food safety through the production of organic food for consumption and sale.
Benefit in diet and reduction of the risk of contracting diseases, thanks to the greater intake and productive diversity.
Positive contribution to the environment through waste recycling, soil protection against erosion and biodiversity.

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