SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
The United Nations Development Program, on September 25th 2015, countries adopted 17 sustainable development goals to be achieved over the next 15 years. The Goals and targets will stimulate action in areas of critical importance for humanity and the planet, such as end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all.
For the goals to be reached, everyone needs to do their part: governments, the private sector and civil society.
SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MODEL
Following the SDGs stated by de UNDP, HERO4HOPE created a model of sustainability for the economic development of the communities in the United States of America, Latin America and the Caribbean.
HERO4HOPE is implementing this Sustainable Community Development Model in several projects. The Family as the center of the community, supporting children well-being and empowering of women in the community.
PROGRAMS OF HERO4HOPE
- COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: Seeking to achieve economy reactivation by empowering the skills of individuals and groups of people through training. Focusing on using local resources to enhance economic outcomes.
- HAPPY CHILDREN (CHILDREN WELL-BEING): Looking to provide to children in their communities a safety place to live, nutritional support and entertainment with sport activities.
- WOMAN LEADERSHIP: Empowering of women, support entrepreneurs’ projects and educate communities about the prevention of violence against girls and women.
PROJECTS OF HERO4HOPE
South Florida – United States of America
Miami-Dade County: HERO4HOPE donated toys to the Program Unaccompanied Children UC of the organization His House Children’s Home designated by the Office of Refugee Resettlement, His House International was established in 2008 to care for Unaccompanied Children (UC) under the age of 18 who left their native countries due to gang violence, homelessness, economic hardship and abuse in the hopes of starting a new life in the U.S.
Broward County: HERO4HOPE donated medical supplies to the organization Mandodo Foundation for Haiti disaster relief suffered on October 2016.
Palm Beach County: HERO4HOPE donated sport gear to the children and youth organization Place of Hope.
Haiti: HERO4HOPE donated medical supplies for the affected areas by Hurricane Matthew.
HERO4HOPE has been helping communities affected by the earthquake on April 2016:
1. Community Vista Hermosa, Recinto El Limón, Province of Esmeraldas, Republic of Ecuador.
This community with the support of “La Medalla del Amor” by Tatiana Cruz, a recognized Jewelry designer from Ecuador, was built the workshop: La Medalla del Amor Community Center where every saturday the children of the community have workshops of art, education, entertainment, health campaigns and vaccination.
Also, was built a play ground with recycle materials, public restrooms and housing. The community has more than 50 families with a total of 85 children.
The women of the community started to manufacture soft dolls as a seasonal product for christmas and valentines day, which will be find in our eBay Charity Shop. The current project is to manufacture aprons and kitchen towels.
2. Bahia de Caráquez, Cantón Sucre, Province of Manabí, Republic of Ecuador.
3. Community of Chamanga, Province of Esmeraldas, Republic of Ecuador.
The project which we want to contribute in this community is to build a Potable Water System for the School of Chamanga a small town in the Province of Esmeraldas.
HERO4HOPE is working in several projects in the United States of America, Latin America and the Caribbean. For the updates and follow-ups of each project, please make clic at the picture below:
For further detail information about our projects please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
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