The creation of the Replicability Department generates an answer to the motivation of the Foundation to increase the social impact for teenage mothers all around Latin America using the know-how that has been acquired over the these years of work and transferring it to organizations willing to implement Juanfe´s model in their regions.
The strategic objective of the Replicability Department is to be a self-sustainable department and to invest in the programs at the Cartagena headquarters while increasing the social impact on teenage mothers by replicating and growing the intervention model in Colombia and other regions of the world.
The Interamerican Development Bank and the Belgium NGO ACTEC have identified that our intervention model is breaking poverty cycles, and perceive it as an innovative solution to the teenage pregnancy problem in Latin America and in the world. This is why they are helping the Foundation strengthen the intervention model to replicate it later on a global scale.
If you are interested in replicating our intervention model, please contact us in our office in Bogota (57-1) 6227722 and we will give you more information about our programs.
Las Claras Center – Panama
Vital Voices Foundation opened the doors of Las Claras Center in 2015, located in the vulnerable sector of Felipillo in Panama City. The objective of this project, which is adapted from Juanfe´s intervention model to the local context, arises from the need to address the problem of teenage pregnancy, which affects 20% of young girls in this country.
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Soymás Foundation – Chile
Non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life of pregnant teenagers and/or teen mothers since 2017. They offer psychosocial, educational and health support oriented to their training and job opportunities. They offer training in cooking, hairdressing and services (saleswoman, cashier, consultant).
Vacaciones con Causa Foundation – Mexico
At the end of 2015 an agreement was signed with Vacaciones con Causa Foundation, which prioritizes five tourist areas in Mexico. It was determined that the pilot would take place in Cancun for its similarity with Cartagena.
Initially the project in Cancun will work with 30 teen mothers per semester and it is expected to start operating in the second half of 2017.