Project with Scotiabank in Valparaiso (Chile)

Sport as a tool to combat any form of violence against children and adolescents

Alunmapu project run by the FC Barcelona Foundation and Scotiabank, together with the NGO Paicabí, uses sport, games and physical activity as an educational methodology to promote the prevention and early detection of any form of violence, mistreatment or abuse of children and adolescents in the Chilean communities of Viña del Mar, Limache and Olmué (Valparaíso Region).

A community project

Promote the prevention and early detection of any form of violence, mistreatment or abuse of children and adolescents

Former Barça player and Legend Juan Pablo Sorín visits the project in Chile

He had the opportunity to learn more about the actions being implemented in Chile and the benefits that provides.

Sport and games to fight against violence

Using sport and games as mechanisms to help mitigate the emotional impacts of violence by promoting trust and rebuilding self-esteem.

Community benefits

This project directly benefits a total of 320 children and more than 280 adults, with a further 1,200 indirect beneficiaries.

Therapeutic recovery

Pilot program is also being developed for young people being cared for at the NGO Paicabí’s centres in these areas, to support victims of different types of violence and aid their recovery.