Early Learning Center

Category: Early Learning Center Published on 13 November 2015

BREAKING THROUGH THE VICIOUS CIRCLE OF VULNERABILITY

 

From the beginning, BOL’s care for vulnerable women has arisen from an awareness of how deeply poverty and deprivation affect their lives, and subsequently the lives of their children, creating a vicious cycle of vulnerability.
ELC seeks to intervene in the critical situation of single mothers to prevent child abandonment, as well as to empower them to develop their children for a better and safer future. ELC offers an appropriate, stimulating environment and materials for early child development, where single mothers can learn in a positive way how to educate their infants through understanding their feelings, needs and abilities.

 

Assistance we provide:

  • Comprehensive support in the areas of education
  • Improve material aspects of life of disadvantaged families
  • Healthy safe environment for development
  • Juridical assistance
  • Life skills equipment and psychological support
  • Socialization retreats

 

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