Karen, Kevin, and Carlos are enrolled in the Glasswing Robotics Club at Jutta Steiner de Toruño Public School, located in Ciudad Arce, one of the municipalities of San Salvador, El Salvador with the highest index of violence. Earlier this year, the school became a Glasswing Community School. Seven extracurricular clubs were introduced, including the Robotics […]
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“Six or seven people started beating me. I felt scared, overwhelmed… I couldn’t do anything,” said 21-year-old Jaime, a survivor of violence who sought medical care at Nejapa’s Health Clinic, where Glasswing implements the Sanando Heridas (Healing Wounds) program in partnership with USAID, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the Government of Japan. The program’s objective is to break the cycle of violence addressing victims with trauma from a holistic perspective.