Awarded Grants

FEMAP en conexión 2023-2024 Más conectados más sanos.

To provide out-of-school and summer programming to 350 disconnected youth, ages 5-17, in the rural URBI Villa del Campo community in southeast Ciudad Juárez, MX.

Grant Information

Grant Amount: $97,625.00

Project Start Date: April 3, 2023

Project End Date: April 2, 2024


Salud y Desarrollo Comunitario de Cd. Juarez, A.C.

Contact: Ms. Maria Eugenia Parra

Phone: (656) 616-0833

Program Lead

Sandra Day

Phone: 915-218-2617

PDNHF Initiative: Healthy Kids

The goal of the Healthy Kids Initiative is to improve a range of health outcomes by engaging disconnected youth in the Paso del Norte region in high quality programs during out-of-school hours. The Health Foundation refers to “disconnected youth” as people between the ages of 5-17 who are not involved in out-of-school activities or not working, and “disconnected young adults” as people between the ages of 16-24 who are not in school and not working. Evidence indicates that youth who are involved in out-of-school programs are less likely to use drugs, alcohol, or be involved in criminal activity. Well-designed youth activities increase protective factors needed for youth to lead healthy and productive lives.

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Foundation Staff: Sandra Day

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