This afternoon the call to Colunga Transforma, a fund given by the Colunga Foundation to civil society organizations that seek to scale up projects that are already in operation and that, this time, focus on delivering innovative solutions for improve the quality of education in the classroom, prevention of violence, attention to mental health and inclusion of children and adolescents in migratory situations.
For the in charge of the call process, María Eugenia Díaz, “It fills us with hope that in difficult times such as those we are facing worldwide with the COVID-19 crisis, civil society organizations maintain their commitment and spirit high to continue innovating in the challenge of overcoming poverty and exclusion that almost a million girls, boys and adolescents in Chile ”.
Of the more than 200 organizations that signed up, 115 completed their application process, which will allow them to enter the evaluation process of their respective projects. On April 17 the proposals that were declared admissible to continue in the process will be announced.
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