EMAF Base at Afuá, Marajó/PA Cluster and the EMAF base Bailique/Vila Progresso
Cooperating with the integral development of children, teaching them about the Kingdom of God, helping them with their school progress, relationships with others and physical health, protecting them from early sexuality/sexual abuse.
"‘A’ is a student at Sweet Home who, at her age, could not continue with us, but God blessed us and we could include one more in theproject – adolescente - and ‘A’ continues with us. She was extremely timid and irational, born in a problematical home, with separated parents, brother in law in prison, and a sister of 17 already a mother, another sister is is homossexual. ‘A’ has been changed day by day. She received JESUS as her SAVIOUR and is active in church. ‘A’ wants to be a missionary and teacher. She wants a better future and with Jesus in her life, she surely will have it!"
"At 13 years of age, Frida began to take part in Sweet Home through curiosity. She was not a student, but was always present. Some months later, she was converted to Christ and became a volunteer in the Project. In 2014 she took part in the training at EMAF Afuá base, Marajó/PA. When she finished the training, she won a scholarship to study far away, making it necessary to do internship and TCC at the school in Rio de Janeiro. In May/2017, Frida finished the Middle level technical course. Her purpose was to continue working as a volunteer coordinator in the Sweet Home Project."
Afuá: 70 children between ages 6 and 15 years, and their families, living in extremely precarious conditions.
Bailique: 50 children and adolescentes, ages 07toa 14 years, in socially vulnerable situation, most of them live below poverty level.
Afuá: Ations from Tuesday to Friday during the morning and afternoon.
Bailique: Annually, during the counter school shift, from Tuesday to Friday, during morning and evening periods.
Afuá: Activities in classroom, court and even dining room. We begin with a devotional and devotional activity and, follow with the activity of the day: school reinforcement, lectures, music, theatre, sports, vídeos, art and games.
Bailique: We serve meals at the beginning and the end of the periods of activities. After the personal hygiene procedures, the students go to their classroom where they learn values and are helped with their learning difficulties. They also have guitar lessons and introduction to computer Science.
Afuá: Three teaches, two coaches, a cook, a housecleaner and someone responsible for maintenance.
Bailique: A coordinator, two monitors and a cook.
WHAT DO WE HAVE?
Afuá: Three classrooms, a court, dining hall, kitchen and two bathrooms.
Bailique: A multifunctional court, kitchen, dining hall, three classrooms and a computer Science room.
WHAT DO WE NEED?
Financial supporters to “patronize” the children offering R$70,00 monthly for each child.
Help for volunteers
Monthly: R$ 1.875,00; Annually: R$ 22.500,00
Monthly: R$ 2.750,00; Annuallyl: R$ 33.000,00
Monthly: R$ 375,00; Annually: R$ 4.500,00
Monthly: R$ 5.000,00; Annually: R$ 60.000,00