Our History

2017

The year in numbers

IMPACT ON LEADERSHIP

  • The number of volunteers was increased by 50% , of which 4 come from different countries.

  • Árbol de Esperanza was selected by the Vice Presidency of the Republic of Costa Rica and the Ministry of Youth as one of the five social welfare projects in Costa Rica.

  • An alliance was created with the University of Costa Rica to receive students from TCU.

  • Árbol de Esperanza held 3 fundraising events.

IMPACT OF THE EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM

2500 SANITARY PADS

800 CONDOMS

700 CLOTHES AND SHOES

1000 PERSONAL HYGIENE ITEMS


116
women in the program
of empowerment

116 participated in recreation and graduations of the Program.

112 received classes in education.

86 received group therapy

46 received individual attention

23 participated in job talks and participated in internships

8 people got a job

4 received medical support

2 received dental care

2 received legal support