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The Barceló Foundation and UCAD build a grain mill to improve the food conditions of 3.000 rural families in Saint Jean du Sud.
Since March, 14 when the state of alarm was decreed by the COVID-19, the Foundation has delivered every week fresh food to 13 charities in Majorca.
The Barceló Foundation and Monkole Friends Association gives a “baby check” to 50 most needed mothers from the capital, Kinsasa, and their 50 newborns.
Aware that food is essential for people’s survival and good health, the Majorcan entity finances 14 day care centers in Turkana (Kenya) to palliate more than 1.500 children’s malnutrition.
Upon entering phase 1 of the desescalation of COVID19, the entity physically resumes its “Fly” orientation and insertion’s job program, financed by our Foundation, for young people in vulnerable situations.
Next May 30th the choir, sponsored by the Barceló Foundation, will not be able to offer its traditional concert in the Sanctuary of Sant Salvador due to the state of alarm by the COVID-19.
Both entities are building a physiotherapy center at the St. Rosaire hospital in Mbalmayo, to be able to rehabilitate more than 1.500 patients with various pathologies.
The Association reinvents its family psycho-social care project “Som Roques”, financed by our Foundation, to reinforce the care of 200 minors at risk of social exclusion during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The entity builds, together with the Mensa Domini Sisters, a new educational complex that will benefit 105 children, between 2 and 7 years old, from the Morueris area.
The Barceló Foundation, throught its Solidarity Food project, distributes 117 kgs of fish to soup kitchens in Majorca to enrich the diet of most-needed people in these hard times marked by the COVID-19 pandemic.