14. jamonilla

Jamonilla Challenge!

41 years ago, a small group of women took the initiative to organize themselves to offer their help to a small number of institutions dedicated to children in the capital city.

They probably did not imagine that their organization would reach the 21st century, becoming one of the foundations in Panama most committed to the comprehensive development of Panamanian children at the national level.

This year we had the opportunity to be a part of Pro-Niñez great food recollection. Our 9th graders are able to collect more than 700 cans of ham.

They were empowered and showed empathy for our community.

They were presented with statistics that showcased the real lives of children who don’t have the same access and benefits that they had while growing up.

It was a delight to see them unite for such a special initiative.

Academic department