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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.
For the eighth consecutive year, we renewed the collaboration agreement with the NGO “Senderos de Maíz” for the rehabilitation and integration of 600 visually or hearing impaired children from the department of Sololá in traditional schools in the country.
In addition to the mobile clinic in Kaikor, the Barceló Foundation starts another project in the Turkana district to try to alleviate 800 children and elderly people’s malnutrition.
The entity digitizes its project “Caring for the Caregiver”, financed by our Foundation, to be able to continue accompanying relatives of children with neuro-developmental problems during confinement.
For tenth consecutive year the Barceló Foundation renews the collaboration agreement with the Missionaries of the Sacred Hearts to attend more than 200 malnutrition children in Rukara.
This month of March the Barceló Foundation has started to prepare the crops in the Barceló Foundation estate, which it owns in Felanitx (Majorca) to have products for the summer.
Two of the Barceló Foundation’s regular collaborators explain us first-hand the devastating effects that the coronavirus is having on the most disadvantaged populations in the Dominican Republic and Guatemala.
The Barceló Foundation in collaboration with the Missionary Brothers of Bethany is building a center for the treatment of more than 1.300 patients affected by podoconiosis in the area of Sire.