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LOTTERY COOPERA 2017

47399 Lotería Navidad Coopera ONGD

Como todos los años ya tenemos la lotería de Coopera. Este año jugamos con el número 47399. Comparte tu suerte con nosotros y con muchas personas a las que puedes ayudar con la compra de cada participación (5 € de los que 1 € se destina a nuestros proyectos de cooperación).

Este año además te lo ponemos más fácil, con un simple clic aquí puedes comprar tu participación on line, de la forma más sencilla.

LOTTERY COOPERA 2017O si lo prefieres también tenemos la lotería como siempre a tu disposición en nuestras oficinas de Logroño ( C/ Bretón de los Herrreros 33,3º portal, 7º I.). Pues pedir tu lotería también en info@cooperaong.org o en el t. 941237655

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CONPARTE. The solidarity rioja wine.

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WINE CONPART

MORE SUPPORTIVE OF THE RIOJA COOPERA ONGD VINEYARD AND WINERY BUJANDA

The present CONPART, solidarity came from Bodegas Viña Bujanda and Coopera ONGD. And not, there is a typo, CONPART is written with N because “with part” each bottle is helping many people. This red parenting goes on sale for a price of 6,95 € (VAT included), of those who 1,80 € are allocated to cooperation projects of the NGO Coopera.

This is a wine to share, enjoy and help. A safe bet that you'll always hit. A wine with denomination origin breeding Rioja, aged 12 months in oak barrels, true reflection of the land and vineyards of the wineries Martínez Bujanda family, vintners from 1889. Some names attached to the best wines and know-how of our land forever.

If you want to enjoy more supportive Rioja you can easily purchase through the online store cellar with a simple click here. BUY CONPART

You will get it quickly in your home or at the address you choose and you enjoy it and share helping people. It is also a heartfelt gift for Christmas. *Shipping is free from the 65 € Purchase.

CONPARTE It has a special label, It is a heart that reminds the Cooperates own logo. A heart made up of two people hugging and sharing a unique moment. It is the spirit we want to convey with our wine. Everyone can help, and make each moment a unique moment. CONPART It has this power and helps people of our projects in Senegal, Sierra Leona, R. D. del Congo, Ukraine and Ecuador.

Provides CONPART for solidarity!

You MARK YOU YOUR FUTURE. Cooperates and La Caixa Social Work together for training unemployed women.

You MARK YOU YOUR FUTURE, WOMEN'S TRAINING FOR UNEMPLOYED

Coopera ONGD ha contado con el patrocino de la Obra Social de La Caixa para el desarrollo del proyecto Tú marcas tu futuro. Esta iniciativa se ha desarrollado a lo largo de 2017 en cinco localidades riojanas, llegando a un total de 83 mujeres que han mejorado sus capacidades personales en áreas como la autoestima o la organización del tiempo. Se trata de un proyecto que Coopera lleva desarrollando desde hace cinco años y que en esta ocasión se han querido llevar hasta zonas rurales. Para ello se ha contado con la colaboración de los Ayuntamientos y sus servicios sociales.

Las localidades donde se han desarrollado los cursos han sido Navarrete, Rincón de Soto, Santo Domingo, Murillo y Albelda. La formación constaba de 28 horas lectivas que se han impartido en 6 sesiones. Se ha contado con las infraestructuras y material de apoyo cedido por los propios Ayuntamientos y el proyecto se ha desarrolla en colaboración con las personas que forman parte de los servicios sociales de estas localidades. A través de trabajadoras y trabajadores sociales se han contactado con las mujeres y formado los grupos.

La formación ha corrido a cargo de E-mocionado, un cluster riojano dedicado a la inteligencia emocional y con gran experiencia en docencia. Los cursos se han desarrollado entre los meses de febrero y octubre con un balance muy positivo. La evaluación realizada al finalizar el curso nos indica que ha sido una experiencia muy positiva para todas las mujeres, quienes demandan más atención y actividades en sus respectivas localidades. Todas las participantes han recibido al finalizar el curso un certificado de su participación en el mismo.

Con estos proyectos formativos Coopera quiere contribuir a mejorar la situación de muchas mujeres de nuestro entorno. Getting a job is a social and cultural expectation acquired since childhood and reinforced at school and the nearby environment. Unemployment and insecurity cause a devaluation against the other, especially the family and create contacts break with the social environment and labor.

 

En este enlace puedes ver el vídeo Tú marcas tu futuro que resume el espíritu de esta iniciativa.

 

 

 

 

Winners of collection Weekend Solidarity Navarrete (The Rioja)

3 de septiembre de 2017.- Coopera, con su proyecto de asistencia a niñas víctimas de violencia sexual en la R.D. del Congo, ha sido la ONGD ganadora de la recaudación del fin de semana solidario que se ha celebrado este fin de seemana en Navarrete (The Rioja).  Con esta recaudación podremos seguir ayudando a nuestras compañeras en la R.D. del Congo y a las niñas acogidas a este programa.

Todo el equipo de Coopera agradecemos al Ayuntamiento de Navarrete que nos haya invitado a participar en este evento, porque ha sido una oportunidad unica para dar a conocer nuestro proyecto y que más riojanos pueden conocer lo que hacemos las ONG riojanas. also, damos las gracias de corazón a todas las personas que pasaron por nuestro stand y decidieron votar por nuestro proyecto.

also, felicitamos al Ayuntamiento de Navarrete por esta magnífica iniciativa, por la coordinada organización del evento y por la atención que recibimos en todo momento las 4 ONG que fuimos invitadas: Kaipacha Inti, Cáritas, Medicus Mundi y Coopera.

 

 

Cooperates ONGD presents his exhibition 'Melo Jiguen' Ibercaja room in Logroño

Logroño, 4 de septiembre 2017. La Sala de Exposiciones Ibercaja (San Antón 3, Logroño) acoge desde hoy hasta el 16 de septiembre ‘Melo Jiguen’, la última exposición fotográfica de Coopera ONGD. La directora del Centro Cultural Ibercaja, Maite Ciriza, y el director de Coopera, David Chimeno, han inaugurado esta mañana esta muestra, que es como un diálogo lleno de color y sensaciones con un grupo de mujeres senegalesas. La autora de estas imágenes es la fotógrafa Mercedes Vall, quien realizó estas fotografías en la localidad senegalesa de Malicounda durante su viaje al país como voluntaria de la ONGD Coopera.

Melo Jiguen significa ‘Color de Mujer’ en wolof (mother tongue of many people in Senegal).  A través de 22 fotografías nos muestra la realidad de las mujeres en esta zona de Senegal, his job, their everyday objects, the colorful dresses. Portraits are a personal dialogue between the author and models. Son imágenes llenas de sensibilidad y color que, sometimes, look pictures

Mercedes Vall, voluntaria de la ONGD Coopera y fotógrafa de corazón, capta como nadie la belleza y el alma de las cosas cotidianas, transmite su experiencia y sensaciones en cada una de las fotografías que integran esta muestra.

La exposición ‘Melo Jiguen’ se enmarca en el proyecto de sensibilización ‘Mira y Piensa’ de la ONGD Coopera,  que está formado por un total de 9 módulos expositivos,  siendo esta muestra la última que ha sido incorporada al ciclo.

In 2017, ‘Mira y Piensa’ se centra en sensibilizar sobre el 5º Objetivo de Desarrollo Sostenible: ‘La igualdad de género y el empoderamiento de mujeres y niñas’.  Es un proyecto patrocinado por el Gobierno de la Rioja a través del cual queremos familiarizar a la sociedad con los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible y el trabajo de las ONGD riojanas.

Family solidarity begins Cooperates camp in Senegal

The group waiting for the plane's departure

28 of August 2017.- Senegal have already reached participants Family Solidarity Camp III Cooperates. A group of several adults with their children, nephews and grandchildren young teenagers have to live an adventure 15 days working in voluntary work in the field and live a unique and enriching experience, both personally and socially and culturally. The group will work with local youth in Saly Velingara, both tasks helps the community and educational workshops that promote cultural exchange.

One of the work planned by the group will be the adequacy of schools in the town -two public schools and Daara-they need to improve facilities and, especially, a coat of paint. Is about: The Public nursery school it lacks funds to clean up their facilities, in which they painted the wall that surrounds the walls of the bathrooms and classrooms;  Elementary Public School, where there is also a lot to do like painting the bathrooms differentiating between boys and girls, the hole, the teachers' room; and finally la Daara de Mohamed.

The Quranic Daaras are the houses where the children live Talibé. It is easy to access. But nevertheless, Mohamed this summer will let the participants campemento of Coopera work with children Daara painting the area where they sleep and pray and doing some arreglillo more. And all this while we share with them a time of mutual learning, Talibé because the kids like to learn, Español, play football and are very crafty reusing materials, so that together we learn to recycle what they have on hand to give a useful use.

Also in the town of Saly Valingara, Cooperates has the facilities of one of one of its projects, the school 'Garderie Arc en Ciel'.  Several days a week, divided into age groups, I was hanprogramado activities with students and mothers of school have formed an association of women active. Ingless classes, French and Spanish, works with recycled material, workshops basic hygiene and Spanish cuisine, Ultimately sports workshops ..., the idea is to do direct work in coexistence with the locals; and at one point, help as needed.

All participants have departed from Spain with suitcases to the top, full of clothes and shoes for children Talibé, school supplies, some medicines, materials for handicrafts…a bit of everything.

In addition to these projects, sure there will be new things to do and learn. Africa must leave room for improvisation and let go.

 

More information on family solidarity camp Cooperates

 

 


 

 

exposure “Come into my school” Colegio Villa Patro in Logrono

Children of the CEIP Villa Patro in the Exhibition Come into my School. Attend explanations about the exhibition.

Villa Patro de Logroño College has hosted these days exposure Come into my Cooperates School. The show ended 6 June with small talk and participation of all students. Children of all courses have been “enter our school”, ask your questions, sit in the classroom and touching objects.

It is a playful and participatory experience that we seek to raise awareness of universal access to education. It is therefore recognized as a fundamental right and the 4th goal of sustainable development. The goal is that all children can go to a school with good conditions. As a result they have adequate training and may choose and own their future, away from poverty. This is what you are looking Cooperates in the countries where its projects based on education cooperaicón. Senegal is one of these countries, and that is reflected in this exhibition. But it could be a school of any other African country and many other parts of the world.

  niños y niñas de infantil del CEIP Villa Patro en la exposición Entra en mi Escuela

Two moments of the day with children of nursery and primary schools CEIP Villa Patro

The exhibition has been seen in this facility since the day 23 of May. During this time teachers and students have passed through our little school and have lived with it. he 6 June could share their experiences and questions with us. It is Sensitization activity sponsored by the Government of La Rioja. Within our project 5th Goal, this year we want sensiblizar around equality and empowerment of women and girls. Due, speak Access To Education on equal terms it is essential.

From Cooperates we want to thank this opportunity that has offered us CEIP Villa Patro. Our goal is that young and younger approach the world of cooperation and solidarity. We create exhibitions and playful and participatory experiences so that they can make it happen.

It is shown that we remember the 10 % what we read, A 20 % what we see and 90 % what we say and do. That is why our exhibitions and activities seek maximum interaction and participation. In “Come into my school” we explain the reality of other children, but we also want the public to participate, that between, it feels, touch and ask. Children of Villa Patro have entered our school and have lived an experience you will remember and share with your inner circle.

Watch and Think ' It is an awareness project that uses the photographic language or images to provoke reflection on the world around us. This exhibition series was conceived among our volunteers who wanted to mostar the rest of society different 'lives' they had met through their participation in various labor camps. The photographs themselves did, the letters and mails sent to friends and family, as well as other texts such as travel journals or diaries, They constituted the raw material of these exposures. Also it objects brought from South these became part of the cycle, because they are a reflection of that reality we want you to look and think, because LEARN TO WATCH IS LEARNING TO THINK.

The success of this activity is its way of transmitting. The photographs were taken by volunteers from our labor camps in Peru, Mexico, Angola, Senegal o la R. D. del Congo; son, Therefore, images made with the aim and heart. Normally, the staging of these images complemented with personal belongings of the protagonists brought from there by volunteers, such as toys made by children in Angola, tables and desks Senegalese schools, work tools Women Congo or Guatemala ...

Actually, Cycle 'Look and Think' consists of ten samples. Luis Miguel Belvis, Ana Rita Rodrígues and Mercedes Vall are the authors of photographic samples.

Cooperates already preparing another very visual and interactive exhibition on iguadad gender and empowerment Women with the support of the Government of La Rioja. What is it and why is it important? 5º TARGET It is the title of this new sample.

We invite all schools, associations and organizations that are interested in these activities to consult us without commitment info@cooperaong.org or tl. 941 237 655

 

Exhibition and talk Melo Jiguen of Coopera ONGD in Logroño

Throughout the month of May you can see the exhibition Melo Jiguen (Color Women) at the youth center Logroño Milk Drop (Street 11 June No. 2). This activity is included in the initiative “the Viajateca” This young center, in which, Saturday 20 also he gave a talk-gathering around this exhibition and the reality of women in Senegal by Mercedes Vall.

Mercedes Vall He traveled as a volunteer to a labor camp of the NGO Coopera in Senegal during the year 2015 and there made all the photographs that make up this sample. In the gathering told us this experience, his creative process and a guided tour of the exhibition. Melo Jiguen means "Color of Women" Wolof (mother tongue of many people in Senegal). It is the title of an exhibition by 22 photographs shows us the reality of women in Senegal, his job, their everyday objects, the colorful dresses. Portraits are a personal dialogue between the author and models. Images full of sensitivity and color, sometimes, look pictures.

                             Mercedes Vall en un momento de su charla       Cuaatro photos with details of work objects.

Mercedes Vall at a time of his talk and alguan of the photos that are part of the exhibition Melo Jiguen in Logroño Drop Milk.

 

This exhibition is part of the initiative Watch and Think Coopera which focuses this year on the 5th goal of sustainable development: "Gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls". It is a project which is sponsored by the Government of La Rioja and which wants to bring people to the ODS (Sustainable Development Goals).

In 2015 world leaders adopted a joint and global targets for poverty eradication, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new development agenda sosteble. They have been marked 17 objectives covering different aspects such as biodiversity, health or technologies, but always with the human being as the center. Within these objectives, Cooperates espcialemen is set in the 5th to develop this project. We want to raise awareness of the iguadad gender and empowerment of women and girls through our exhibitions and activities. This is an unattainable goal without taking into account another objective. 4th, that speaks of quality education accessible to all children, regardless of gender.

Imagen de dos niñas africanas portando agua y los 17 ODS

This activity is part of the cycle Look and think that Cooperates, Since 2003, about the reality of many people in countries like Senegal, Guatemala, R.D. Congo and Ecuador through images and objects that bring their projects volunteers. This initiative is sponsored by the Government of La Rioja. Exposure images have been printed in Fotoprix.

Cooperates in the Interschool Football Tournament Goal Solidario

Cooperates in the Interschool Football Tournament Goal Solidario. Cartel activity with the image of a child.

On Sunday 21 Cooperates May participated in the Interschool Football Tournament Goal Solidario, a soccer tournament for players to 8 años. It is an initiative of the College Football Logroño.

This year involved more than 400 children of different teams in the field of World 82 Achievement CHILD. For this reason organization dedicated to the public a space to NGOs to hacercarlas. Cooperates was present with his tent-exposure “Come into my school”.

For three years the College Football Logroño wanted to make this tournament solidarity. As a result each year invites NGOs and offers them the opportunity to approach a family audience. In addition, all goals scored in the day are transformed into euros for these NGOS. At least 2000 people between participants and familes could know the work of Coopera, IFCS, YMCA, the Cancer Association or NGO Civil Guard.

Cooperates particlpó for the third year in this activity. Uniting sport and solidarity is a very attractive and interesting to bring the youngest to the world of cooperation idea. Furthermore, not only the younger ones are attracted, but also parents, mothers and some grandparents who came to the solidarity tents.

Come into my tent School seeks to arouse the curiosity of the smallest. Why children enter, They sit on desks and discover how are schools in countries such as Senegal. But all in a fun, from curiosity and creativity. In addition this time they were aware that their goals will be transformed into euros to help others.

We are at a time when certain violent attitudes make us question football. But initiatives like this we reconcile with the sport. For this reason the gradecemos College Football Logroño this opportunity. We also highlight how to promote sport with respect and basic values ​​in their students.

Presentación del Torneo Interescuelas Gol Solidario con miembros de las ongs participantes, la Escuela de Fútbol de Logroño y Javier Merino. Carpa Entra en mi Escuela de Coopera en el Torneo Interescuelas Gol Solidario

Entrega de los cheques solidarios a las ongs participantes en el Torneo Interescuelas Gol Solidario Niños y padres en la "escuela" de Coopera en el Torneo Interescuelas Gol Solidario

Images of the day in the field of World 82.

The camp gates World 82 They were opened to 9,30 h. in the morning. The matches started at 10. At noon compartinos together a meal in an excellent atmosphere.

After games of late day it closed at 19 h. A small ceremony trophy and check for each of the participating NGOs. To close the prizes were awarded to the winning teams, although all received recognition, as it sought to reward especially the participation and sportsmanship.

The tent-exposure “Come into my school” It is part of the cycle Watch and Think Cooperates. This unique exhibition will próximente at different points like school VillaPatro.

SOS Ukraine will be the beneficiary of 'solidarity rounding’ Atrápalo during the month of May

SOS Ukraine

Solidarity Rounding travel agency 'Atrápalo’ of May will support 'SOS Ukraine', a program designed to help children who suffer the consequences of war that exists in that country, with 3,7 million people affected, 2,9 million people without regular access to drinking water, 500.000 Children at risk for polio and other 1,5 millions of children who suffer from cuts in access to regular education, among other data.

Ukraine Project SOS child smiling touching a ball of the world.

 

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Because of the war and the country's poverty, in Ukraine there are many children living in orphanages and in difficult circumstances. about 80% of these children have a parent but encounter serious problems, as extremely poor, disease, alcoholism, drug addiction, in prison or related abuse. To meet 16 años, These children are on the street and most end up being victims of the mafias, prostitution and crime.

Because of this reality, and at the request of the Ukrainian Government, Ukraine SOS program was created, forming and helps children Orphanage-Sanatorium Zhuravno, in the Lviv region, West of Ukraine. One of the actions of the program is to provide these children a temporary host families from other countries, an experience that gives them positive references, good models and values ​​that can only be received properly in the family environment. The fact feel loved and valued, as one family, It provides children's self-esteem and stability necessary for proper personal development and to face the difficulties of integration in a society with many problems. the project's goals do not end with the reception, but bonding with family enables continuity of support and provides opportunities to prepare the desired hopeful future.

 

Project SOS child in an orphanage Ukraine.

The results of this program are highly positive for all, children and families. since 12 years have gotten over 300 Children leave this circle of poverty and are now professionals in their country with a dignified life.

Rounding of May, in the travel category, It will cover part of the travel expenses of 28 children from the orphanage this summer, when they travel to Spain to be hosted by different families of Catalonia, within which they will receive that love and family warmth, which provides them with educational referents facing a bright future.

SOS Children of Ukraine project an orphanage playing in the snow

Rounding solidarity are those cents more you can donate to make a purchase. In Atrápalo They undertake to fold and destine to social causes.

Además de SOS Ukraine, vhelpCooperates projects.