As Enda’s previous strategic plan ended with 2015, our teams met in January to analyze its outcomes and define our new strategic orientations for the next 5 years. The final assessment for 2010 – 2015 is very positive as it has witnessed the implementation of all our current projects: Our two therapeutic centers, the training workshops, the ambulatory therapy program… At the start of the plan, all these initiatives where dreams, now turned reality.
Enda El Alto’s team and girls wish you a year full of opportunities, shared moments and happiness. Together, let’s move with confidence towards 2016!
Enda El Alto presents today its crowdfunding campaign. We invite you to discover Maria’s story, a Minka center participant, to better understand the purpose of this initiative. As well as to visit the campaign web-site: www.leetchi.com/c/association-de-enda-el-alto-5345146 This call for donations will enable us to keep supporting young girls victim of violence, providing them a space to rebuild their lives! Thank you for your support!
95% of the teenage girls hosted in the Fraternidad therapeutic center have experienced violence in the past, a trauma which is one of the root causes for their addictions and innapropriate behaviors. Evidenced by the girls’ stories, this reality motivated the creation of Enda’s second center, the Casa Minka. Dedicated to young girls who have been victims of violence, this residential program aims to help them rebuild their lives and overcome their trauma without
Since the beginning of year 2015, Enda El Alto works to strengthen the education of its girl participants. Indeed, at Enda El Alto we believe that education is not just school instruction but also extra-curricular activities such as going to the museum, initiations for audiovisual production and photo, music concerts, culinary and cultural discoveries, sports events and much more… For example, girl participants of the Fraternidad center went to the Wayna Tambo Theater, where
It’s May 13th, 2015 when Lydiane St Onge, from Quebec, 27 years old, a nomad traveling the world and addicted to extreme sports, arrives at Enda El Alto to visit the association and explore the work and how she might get involved. Her history… Lydiane’ story makes more than one person dream, because with more than 50,000 people following her on the internet, she has become, in a period of just 2 years, a