FARMASOL Project (Solidarity pharmacies and health education)
Opening of pharmacies in Africa to facilitate access to medicines for the most disadvantaged populations and to educate in hygiene and health habits
Liceo Saint Robert Bellarmin
Construction of a primary, secondary and vocational training institute for 800 students in Kyabé (Chad)
Fight against child malnutrition in Rwanda
Maintenance of the Rukara Nutrition Center and recruitment of a doctor to attend to the mother and child area of the hospital
Access to drinking water
Drilling and construction of 50 wells in Uganda to provide clean water to over 25.000 Africans
Providing educational scholarships as well as school materials and uniforms to poor children in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Malawi and El Salvador, among others
Improving food health in Haiti
Purchase of livestock to strengthen the economy of 600 disadvantaged rural families in Beausejour and the Jacmel Valley
Fight against blindness in Senegal and training of ophthalmologists in Kenya
Inclusive education in Guatemala
Integration of 600 blind and deaf children from the Department of Sololá into regular schools
Improvement of the socio-economic situation of 440 women farmers in Mali and Senegal and creation of women's promotion groups
Fighting podoconiosis in Ethiopia
Construction of a centre for the treatment of more than 1.300 podoconiosis patients in the Sire area
Rehabilitation of disabled children in Tanzania
Barceló Kids Project aims to alleviate the physical and mental disabilities of 30 children and young people in the rural area of Karagwe
Granting of 100 microcredits to women entrepreneurs in the department of Quiché (Guatemala) for their inclusion in the country's productive fabric
Social projects Majorca
Funding for 36 charitable projects, which do not receive institutional support, to assist the island's most disadvantaged groups
AGROSOL + ALISOL projects
Production and donation of perishable food to 13 charities in Majorca to enrich the diet of the most needy
Sponsorship of the choral group, founded by Mr. Bernat Julià, for the season 2019-2020
The Barceló Foundation is a non-profit organization, initiated by the Barceló family on October 24, 1989, set out in a public document, and legally authorized by Notary Mr. Salvador Balle Oliver, of Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
With an initial grant of 3 million euros, the Barceló Foundation was registered in the registry of the foundation protectorate of the ministry of education and science of the government of Spain, with the number bal 1-1-3-16, on july 19th, 1990. Currently, the Foundation’s own resources exceed 32 million euros.
The Foundation’s headquarters is based in Palma de Mallorca (Spain), within an historic building – Casa del Marqués de Reguer-Rullán’s House- listed in Mallorca’s cultural heritage charter.
The programs of the Barceló Foundation are preferably aimed at the countries in África and latin america most in need.
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