Last October 6th, 2016 was held the first Women Working for the World Forum in Madrid, Spain.
My name is Evelyn Martín Molina; I am 21 and have a beautiful three year old daughter.
When I found out I was pregnant, I was scared, frightened and unsure what the future would hold for me.
My name is Verónica Burgos Muñoz, when I was 17 I got pregnant and became one of the many adolescent mothers in Cartagena.
Hearing about Juan Felipe Gómez Escobar was a beacon of hope, it became like a home to me.
When my daughter Milene was two months old, she was diagnosed with malnutrition and bronchiolitis. She was a very weak baby and got sick very often. I was really worried because I needed very expensive food supplements.
My son Adrián is 3 years old. He is a strong, healthy and happy child. When he was two months old he was diagnosed with severe malnutrition.
My name is Yasmin. I am writing to you in my last days before I graduated as a technician in cuisine. The word happiness is not enough to express the emotion that I feel to be almost graduating from Juanfe Foundation
My name is Nasly Cassiani Martínez, I am 18 years old and am studying Integral Beauty in Juanfe Foundation within the Teenage Mothers Extension Program- Phase II.
My name is Ximena Perez Ruiz. I’m a proud mother of a very cute girl named Tania Sofia and I’m a future professional in Occupational Health. Since I was little I always dreamed of studying in college and having my own beauty business.
My name is Daniela Margarita Martínez. I am currently finishing my studies in cuisine within the Teenage Mothers Extension Program- Phase II. When I entered to Juanfe Foundation I suffered of low self-esteem and I felt my life was motionless.
Before I tell my story I want to emphasize that my case is a story of success, but to be a teenage mother is not a game, it is a difficult task with all the risks, complications and difficulties that involves. My name is Yara García
My name is Wilmaris Martinez, I am 20 years old and I work as an Occupational Safety Technician. I remember my first day at Juanfe Foundation. My son Wilder Sair was 6 months old and I was 18 years old