Uruguay

Uruguay update - October 2016

With the arrival of 300 kids from 6 different areas, we promote through sport the values of an active and healthy lifestyle and hopefully distance these kids from drug abuse and delinquency.
Not only do we carry out admin work but Eldon search for international funding to strengthen the program to ensure its future. It is currently financed by the Minister of Sport who has power of the Robert Abdeselan Foundation and the ICP. The success is clear by seeing the enthusiasm of the children, their parents and the areas too where the centres are. The dedication of our teachers is another real strength and the teacher's commitment provides our reason to continue forward.

Details:
1) school called 70: 30 kids are involved, 2 sessions per week of 1h30
2) school 35: total of 90 kids, 2 sessions per week
3) School Banneux: 60 kids doing 2 sessions
4) School Tacurú: 30 kids, 2 sessions per week
5) School El Pinar: 40 kids, 2 sessions per week 
6) School of Soriano: one weekly slot of 2 hours

New School: tennis for those in wheelchairs
Once a week those with physical disabilities (unclear if adults and/or children) practise on the courts of APRI and they are part of the program in order to ensure enough wheelchairs are provided for these players.

IC Philanthropy

  • Building self confidence
  • Team work
  • Teaching respect
  • Benefits of good nutrition
  • Working with goals and within the rules

IC Philanthropy currently has a portfolio of 12 programmes and start-ups taking place across the world.

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