The work so far

Report on activities 2017

41  Development Cooperation projects in our main countries of operation (Bolivia, Guatemala, Cuba and Ivory Coast), categorised by SDGs (such as the 3rd on health, the 4th on education, the 6th on water and sanitation, the 5th on woman empowerment and the 8th on decent work).

The success of our projects on Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship stands out, due to the increases in impact and budget. Children and teachers conduct social innovation actions to ensure de accountability of the Sustainable Development Goals in their communities.

We keep on insisting on family as the foundation for the construction of a fair and sustainable society. This year we have reached 1654 beneficiaries in family support and counselling projectsthat have a direct impact on the strengthening of family bonds.

We keep on insisting on family as the foundation for the construction of a fair and sustainable society. This year we have reached 1654 beneficiaries in family support and counselling projectsthat have a direct impact on the strengthening of family bonds.

Reports on activities

Our results and assessments

DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION

2013, Guatemala

Socioeconomic Program to generate income for rural indigenous women in the highlands of Guatemala.

Through this program, it is intended that women will acquire the general technical, organizational and financial skills needed which will allow them to take advantage of the business opportunities that small productive initiatives in rural tourism and/or marketing both in their own communities as well as other markets offer.

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EMPLOYABILITY

 

NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES

1.019

 

TOTAL BUDGET

€239.066

 

LOCAL PARTNER / COLLABORATOR

ACOE

 

MAIN FUNDING ENTITY

OBRA SOCIAL LA CAIXA

 

ASSOCIATION

ONAY

DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION

2014, Guatemala

Development of health social capital within the community, as an effective strategy for strengthening the system of nutritional recovery in San Marcos, Guatemala.

TARGET:

Prevention and treatment of malnutrition at the communities of Tacana, Sibinal and San José Ojetenam.

 

MAIN ACTIVITIES:

  • We attended 158 mothers in gestation period and highly vulnerable; we also trained and guided families for the modification of habits of hygiene and food.
  • We provided care for 262 children under five years.
  • FWe created a net of 169 volunteers trained as promoters of rural health, whose main function is providing timely services to save lives. The volunteer health promoters provide counseling, training, primary health care and timely reference in their communities and surrounding communities.

IMPACT:

We trained and attended mothers in gestation period for the modification of habits of hygiene and food, which are basic conditions for breaking the vicious circle of malnutrition. 59% of the 262 children under five years attended improved its indicators of weight, and 72% improved its indicators of size.

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HEALTH

 

NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES

1.296

 

TOTAL BUDGET

€67.000

 

LOCAL PARTNER / COLLABORATOR

FUNDAP

 

MAIN FUNDING ENTITY

AYUNTAMIENTO DE ALCOBENDAS

DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION

2015, Guatemala

Promoting social and professional inclusion of rural women through technical and production training programs, direct support to business services, and access to credit.

TARGET:

It aims to identify disadvantaged women who reside in El Quiché, Sololá and Totonicapán departments, as well as raise awareness on their situation, support their training and give them business advice, so that they may develop or strengthen competencies to enter in the labour market either as employees or self-employed.

 

MAIN ACTIVITIES:

  • Identification of 1200 women and raising awareness on their situation, so that they may join different technical and production training programmes.

  • Technical and production training for 850 women will be offered through various methodologies and at various levels, according to the situation of women. The training areas will cover: food, textiles and services.

  • Strengthening the micro-credit program for 240 women.

  • Business advisory services for 400 women.

IMPACT:

Development of 2.710 disadvantaged women, where the illiteracy rate is near 87.5%, by helping their personal development and easing their insertion into the labour market.

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EMPLOYABILITY

 

NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES

2.710

 

TOTAL BUDGET

€280.000

 

LOCAL PARTNER / COLLABORATOR

FUNDAP

 

MAIN FUNDING ENTITY

COMUNIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE MADRID

DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION

2016, Bolivia

Human Rights Based Approach and Human Development for an inclusive, intercultural and bilingual education in 57 Educational Units in Poroma township (Bolivia).

We carry out an effective implementation of human-development and rights-based approaches in order to provide an inclusive, intercultural and bilingual education, inspired by innovation in both administration and teaching. We also encourage community participation in education management.

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EDUCATION

 

NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES

3.964

 

PRESUPUESTO TOTAL

€161.664

 

LOCAL PARTNER / COLLABORATOR

NORSUD

 

MAIN FUNDING ENTITY

XUNTA DE GALICIA

DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION

2013, Bolivia

Integrated Project for ensuring food supply for indigenous families vulnerable to food insecurity (VAM), living in rural communities in the South of Bolivia.

The project is being developed in the Poroma municipality, one of the 5 poorest municipalities of Bolivia. the project focuses on the people who are most vulnerable to food insecurity and hunger, and its consequences, i.e. it will work with women and children (providing direct support to 576 families), since these are the people among which extreme poverty predominates.

 

These will be the areas of intervention:

 

  • Basic services: access to safe drinking water.
  • Food sovereignty: access to decent and adequate food.
  • Environment protection: natural resources management, and risk and disaster prevention and management, in order to reduce their vulnerability.

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FOOD SECURITY

 

NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES

2.500

 

TOTAL BUDGET

€283.884

 

LOCAL PARTNER / COLLABORATOR

NORSUD

 

MAIN FUNDING ENTITY

COMUNIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE MADRID

DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION

2018, Guatemala

Continuous production and commercialization for 400 women of indigenous communities of Chimaltenango and Sololá in Guatemala through Ixoqi’ social corporation.

We support 400 women in exercising their economic rights, so that, at the end of the project, at least 80% are associated with Ixoqi’ S.A., developing their activity in a satisfactory way and receiving enough income to exit poverty rates.

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EMPLOYABILITY

 

NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES

400

 

TOTAL BUDGET

€239.066

 

LOCAL PARTNER / COLLABORATOR

FUDI (IXOQI’)

 

MAIN FUNDING ENTITY

OBRA SOCIAL LA CAIXA

Documents that frame our actions

FABRE was grated in 2003 as a Development non-profit organization. The Board of Trustees is ruled by the clauses contained in this document, which also establishes the activities and ends of the operations of the entity.

Our Ethics Code sets the standards by which we act, specifically for the selection of partners and projects, as well as the policies for the good functioning of the NGO.

Intended as a tool for critical thought and self-assessment, the Strategy defines our mid-term goals and targets in order to follow the route fixed by international organisms through the mission and values of the Foundation.

All our intervention in education must emerge from an initial examination. Our Strategy of Educations for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship tries to transcend the simple strategic plan in order to define a quality mid-term teaching tool.

Volunteers keep the whole structure of our organization. This document explains the Spanish Volunteering Law and the rights and obligations that both volunteers and Foundation must keep.

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