Strengthen skills in Volunteer Educators, to promote the comprehensive and sustainable development of early childhood, as a strategy for the prevention of chronic malnutrition in the communities served.
It is an Initial education program that ranges from pregnancy to 4 years of life, from their family and community environment
Its approach guarantees the quality of care and the increase in coverage at the Initial Education level, because it guides families to learn how to educate, develop, protect children from home, promote children's rights. , mainly those concerning health, education, nutrition and protection.
This community approach, the essential characteristic of which is that each family educates their child, ensures that families assume their role as the first educators of their children, which promotes better early childhood development from the family context.
The program is run locally by Community Managers who will train volunteer Mothers Educators.
44 training sessions per life stage.
Children from 0 to 2 years of age.
Children 2 to 4 years of age.
Learning practices that improve hygiene conditions at home, reducing morbidities and promoting good practices for a change in the family environment; such as: safe water consumption, correct use of latrines, correct waste disposal.
Learning that improves and strengthens families' knowledge in budget and savings management practices, through local savings and credit associations -ALAC- contributing to economic empowerment in family groups.
Learning at scale that promotes the availability and consumption of protein and horticultural crops of high nutritional value, through a strategy in which family groups will establish highly productive chicken coops and orchards in reduced spaces at the household level to diversify the diet.
The communities, through their Volunteer Educators, permanently accompany and monitor the integral development of the children in the “Centros Nútreme” achieving their self-sustainability.