BucharestEducational support and social integration program

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BUCHARESTDetails

In Bucharest, the first pilot program for educational support and social integration started in January 2011 at School no. 31. 

In 2013, the educational support program was opened in Glina commune, Ilfov county, and in 2016 at Ferdinand I School, Bucharest.

Education

Social integration

Dedicated specialists

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  • Stronger together!

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  • OBJECTIVES
  • ACTIVITIES
  • BENEFICIARIES

The educational support and social integration program seeks to prevent children from dropping out of school before developing their literacy skills. In addition, it supports the development of social and learning skills associated with educational achievement, giving children from disadvantaged backgrounds the chance to become active and responsible citizens of their community. The multidisciplinary team behind the program is made up of social workers, teachers, psychologists, youth workers, as well as trained volunteers.

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  • One-on-one support in doing school homework and basic literacy activities;
  • Running non-formal curricula tailored to children’s developmental and learning needs and focused on developing and expanding their life skills;
  • Participation of children in recreational activities outside of school;
  • Mentoring sessions for middle school and high school students provided by trained volunteers;
  • Community integration activities for children and young people through joint sessions with partner schools;
  • Joint parent-child sessions, with the aim of developing a more harmonious relationship.
  • Tutoring sessions for middle school and high school students in their graduating years who are about to take the National Assessment and Baccalaureate exams;
  • Psychological counselling sessions provided by the program’s psychologists, as well as career guidance sessions, carried out by both psychologists and youth workers from the team.
  • Support groups for parents and regular meetings to encourage parents’ empowerment and provide legal, material and administrative support to prevent children from dropping out of school;
  • Support groups and one-on-one discussions with parents of children, or other family members, with the aim of providing legal, administrative support in various steps to obtain benefits and social services;
  • The educational support programs team works with community members to raise awareness of the needs faced by children and involve them as volunteers in the foundation’s work.
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During 2022, the Inocenti team of specialists has consistently supported:

  • 106 children and young people
  • 131 parents and legal guardians

WHO WE AREMeet our specialists

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Simona Comanache

Youth worker

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Elena Georgescu

Social Pedagogue

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Andra Bogdan

Youth worker

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Andreea Cocă

Youth worker

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Ariana Popescu-Vieru

Psychologist

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Raluca Stănulescu

Psychologist

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Maria Turcescu

Social Worker

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BucharestCollaborators

An important component of the educational support and social integration program is the involvement of volunteers selected and trained to carry out educational and extracurricular activities with the beneficiaries.

Our formal collaborators are:

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MEDIAMoments from the program

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SUPPORT US!

Become a volunteer!

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Ways to support us

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Donate for the continuity of our programs

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Donate goods

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Redirect 3.5% of your personal income tax

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Redirect 20% of your company's income tax