Iberian & Klavier piano duo solidarity project
ILive improvisation based on a BAKA PIGMEO song
Proyecto solidario de Iberian & Klavier piano duo
Infinite thanks to each and every one of them!
Antonia Carceller /Arantxa Ibañez Rubio /Carmen Pérez Toral /David Jiménez /
M. Eugenia Hernández Pablos/ Paco Colomer Francisco Valencia Alonso /
José Feliciano Cerdeño Perez-Cejuela / José Centeno / Marina Sierra /
Pablo Nacenta Torres / Rosa Dorado Grau / Santi García / Julia Martínez de Francisco /
Victoria Delgado Díaz/ Pilar Calvo-Sotelo / Arroces J. Montoro / Ramón Boyer.
Ik for children is a solidarity project whose greatest exponent is the weakest and most disadvantaged sector of our society, children. Our response to this situation, in which many children are affected by different causes such as, illnesses, risks of social exclusion or poverty; is music, which becomes for us the engine to generate resources in favor of these causes.
Our purposes are:
Raise funds for solidarity and social projects, whose direct objective is to help children.
Reconcile the public, potential cultural promoters, and companies in a single solidarity purpose.
Publicize the work of ONGs and Foundations from their daily work help children.
Participate in music, culture, and art in transversal education in values of peace, equality, and solidarity.
Each project undertaken by "ik4children" will have a duration of one /two years, developing during that calendar year all the activities in which we participate, with the sole purpose of raising all the money and resources for the selected project.
According to the purposes stated above, all kinds of activities will take place in which our presence or our artistic career will serve to achieve these ends.
The CHILDREN ONCOHEMATOLOGY FOUNDATION is the chosed for the year 2018.
The Children's Oncohematology Foundation (FOI) was created on June 16, 2003, by Mr. Luís Madero López (Professor of Pediatrics at the Autonomous University of Madrid and Head of the Children's Oncology Service at the Niño Jesús Hospital in Madrid), Mr. Manuel Ramírez Orellana (Head of Infant Oncohematology Research at Hospital Niño Jesús) and Mr. Javier García Castro (Scientific Researcher at the Carlos III Health Institute).
AUDIO-CHILDREN'S STORY "GRANADOS IN THE VILLAGE" PROJECT
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All funds go to FOI
Sponsor associated to the project
ACTIVITIES DEDICATED TO FOI -IKforCHILDREN
ZERCA Y LEJOS (NGO) With the Education Plan, started in 2003, we try to guarantee access to a quality school for all children in the south of Cameroon, with special emphasis on the Baka pygmy and most disadvantaged families.
We believe that education is the most effective tool to achieve equal integration of pygmy boys and girls with those of other ethnic groups. For this reason, we consider that the classroom is the perfect space to work together from childhood and education in values of equality, which are our commitment to achieve a fairer society.
The approach is to develop a long-term sustainable educational project capable of covering as many kilometers, towns, and children as possible. The main purpose is to guarantee access to education for all minors of the Baka pygmy ethnic group and facilitate their access to higher education, on equal terms with the rest of the children in southern Cameroon.
The children of today are the ones who will defend their dignity as individuals and as a community tomorrow.
We want to give these young people the possibility of choosing a worthy future, without losing their customs and traditions, which are reinforced and supported in the Community Preschool Centers, energized by teachers of the same ethnic group.
Bengbis School and Children's Home. That allows the schooling of Baka boys and girls and minors at risk of social exclusion. Includes support for secondary education at Ebolowa and Yaoundé boarding schools.
Community Preschool Centers. These centers aim to generate schooling habits in children and families and ensure a knowledge and skills base for better incorporation into primary school. Students in traditional knowledge of their ethnic group are reinforced.
Djoum and Minton primary schools. More than 500 students in primary schools in towns with a high influx of pygmy boys and girls. It includes the Civic Centers project for the development of leisure activities for young people that offers a healthy alternative to alcoholism.
N'Drock Elementary School. We detected the urgent need to keep the N'Drock school open, the only one operating in the Tourou region, and serving more than 600 boys and girls. This school in the far north of the country is a ray of hope in a terror-stricken area of the Boko Haram sect.
Reception of minors at risk. It is carried out in the area of the Great Djoum before the detection of various cases of children in situations of significant risk and neglect.
The most promising horizon we can dream of is that today's Baka pygmy boys and girls can become the actors in their own development and that is why we work tirelessly.
Furthermore, following our commitment to solidarity, understanding of others, and social justice, in Madrid there is a strong commitment to volunteering and education for development in educational centers.
Development of Education. This project of awareness and action in Spanish educational centers that follows the lines of the Education Strategy for the Development of Spanish Cooperation proposed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation aims to generate critical thinking in the boys and girls of schools twinned with those of us who collaborate.
Sponsor associated to the project
ACTIVITIES DEDICATED TO ZERCA Y LEJOS -IKforCHILDREN