North and South America
Below is a sample of some of the projects which UWC students have made a difference in North and South America with GoMakeADifference’s support.
Living the sustainable life! — Lima, Apurimac, Cuzco, Loreto, Piura., Peru – (2020)
To educate teenagers about sustainable measures to be implemented in our country and carry them out.
Don’t take my future — Colima, Mexico – (2020)
A climate action forum for youth and stakeholders that urges the State to declare Climate Emergency.
Kindergarten of Zacatecoluca — La Paz, Zacatecoluca, El Salvador – (2020)
The improvement of playground and creation of an art workshop.
Hector Foundation Summer Program — Delmas, Port-au-Prince, Haiti – (2020)
It is a two-week education-oriented program for High School students
Lift for Life — Kingston, Jamaica – (2019)
Transformative workshop for underprivileged teenagers, aiming to create World Changers.
69 países — Greater Mexico City, Mexico – (2019)
A documentary series exploring the segregation of the indigenous peoples in Mexico City
Put your color! Mets ta couleur! — Québec, Canada – (2018)
We will travel to different First Nation communities in Canada and offer art workshops to youth aged from 15 to 21 year old, working together to create an art project in the form of a painted mural. Our ultimate aim is to promote expression.
La 72; que la conozca el mundo — Tabasco, Mexico – (2018)
We will do voluntary work and shoot a short documentary in an immigrants house in Mexico. And will use megaphone that is the UWC community to spread the voices of this forgotten group internationally.
A Second Chance — Kingston, Jamaica – (2018)
South Camp Correctional Center houses female juvenile inmates in Kingston, Jamaica. The project aims to enhance their rehabilitation facilities by donating sewing machines. A skill in sewing will increase the probability of finding a job after prison.
Construction of a Greenhouse at “Pytoc – Chillaray” School — Ayarmaca, Pucyura, Anta, Cusco, Peru – (2017)
Building a greenhouse in an area of of 200 square meters. The objective was to teach the management of food production in the community of Ayarmaca. The project benefited around 160 people in different ways.