The scholarship students of Fundación A. Jean Brugger studying Humanities and Law have begun their community service project in Sauda Bikerland school in the Las Delicias community. Their program is named "Group and Community Counseling with a focus on human rights, intrafamily violence, trafficking in persons and commercial sexual exploitation."
The students are scheduled to give the training twice a month to 32 sixth-graders. The topics to be discussed include: family values, citizen rights and obligations, bullying, violence, domestic violence, and sexual and commercial exploitation.
We congratulate these young people for this important initiative for the community, they are: Ingrid Collado (social work), Daniel Monestel (law), Charling Sandino (law), José Abel Nuñez (political science), and Juan Luis Solis (high school).
This initiative is implemented in coordination with the school's director, who expressed interest in making a joint effort to achieve changes in the attitudes and behaviors of the students.
Fundación A. Jean Brugger is registered as an NGO with the government in Nicaragua and is based in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua.
It is a 501(C)3 organization registered in the United States of America as The A. Jean Brugger Education Project, EIN: 04-3558890.
The organization's state of record is Massachusetts.