Since 2010, USAID and Glasswing International have worked together to provide youth with tools to make better life choices and discover their full potential, promoting positive alternatives to crime and violence. This has been a true cross-sector effort, engaging private companies, teachers, parents, and other members from these communities to participate in the programs. With the help of volunteers, 122 public schools have been rehabilitated and revitalized, which now represent safer and more stimulating environments for their students. Additionally, community volunteers lead after-school clubs that have been implemented in 47 schools across El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. To date, this partnership has impacted the lives of more than 72,000 children and youth.
Since 2016, FEMSA Foundation and Glasswing International have worked together to promote healthy lifestyles in communities throughout Central America. The program Campaña de Colores promotes the importance of eating well-balanced meals, personal hygiene, and recreational activities in order to encourage students, families, and teachers to take a proactive approach to health. In addition to educational workshops, the program holds inter-school sports tournaments, provides schools with water filters, and has mobilized dozens of volunteers to revitalize kitchens and school cafeterias as well as plant school gardens. To date, the partnership has impacted the lives of 15,875 students, families, and teachers across 44 schools in Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Panama.
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