13 Mothers graduate from the Early Stimulation program

  On Wednesday, we celebrated as 13 mothers and their babies graduated from the Early Stimulation program. This program teaches mothers of children ages 0 to 2 years techniques to stimulate their children’s development of language, motor skills, cognitive perceptions, and social abilities. Some of these techniques include: massaging their baby’s hands and feet, reading and singing […]

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Social workers & youth impact communities by raising awareness of domestic violence

The Common Hope social work department recently partnered with the youth program to give theatrical presentations about domestic violence, in all its forms – physical, psychological, emotional, sexual, and economic – in the community of Ciudad Vieja. Domingo Tzorín and Romelia Porón, social workers at Common Hope, understand that domestic violence is prevalent in many families. They […]

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International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

August 9th is the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples and this year the United Nations selected the theme, “Ensuring indigenous peoples’ health and well-being” to highlight the issue of indigenous peoples’ access to health care services, which remains a critical challenge for indigenous peoples around the world. Common Hope’s goal is to break […]

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Mothers organize Family Fair to promote reading in Santa Catarina

The most crucial and influential years of education occur very early in a child’s life. Unfortunately, many impoverished students are already behind when they begin primary school because they haven´t been exposed to reading. First graders are expected to have basic reading and writing skills by the end of the year, yet one third of […]

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