Bad weather forecast makes City Hall and Sesi transfer project closure data to Nova Caraguá II residents

Bad weather forecast makes City Hall and Sesi transfer project closure data to Nova Caraguá II residents

Due to the forecast of bad weather for this weekend, the Municipality of Caraguatatuba, through the Housing Department, and the Social Service of Industry (Sesi) of São José dos Campos, transferred the closing party of the Socioterritorial Development Project ( PDST) of Residencial Nova Caraguá II, which would be held from 10 am this Saturday (20), at Ciase Travessão, for October 8,.

This project has already benefited more than 700 families in the residential area with courses, training, educational lectures and social assistance.

#PraTodosVerem: Teacher teaching students to set up a table for parties (Photo: Luís Gava/PMC)

During the partnership period, the participants were qualified in courses in Party Decoration, Elderly Caregiver, Skin Cleaning and Decoration, Barber, Eyebrow Design, Manicure, Bricklayer, Administrative Assistant, among others.

At the end of the activities, there are games for the children with inflatable toys such as soccer with soap, a slide, a bounce house, face and hair painting and balloon sculpture, in addition to the distribution of cotton candy, popcorn, soft drinks and hot dogs.

There will also be art mini-workshops (dish cloth painting), mini-courses on cooking, nail polish, men’s haircuts and eyebrows design, all taught by students who took the courses in the project.

The team from the Department of Health will do rapid tests for blood glucose, HIV, syphilis and hepatitis.

The Socio-Territorial Development Project is important for improving the living conditions of its participants and aims to improve family and community coexistence. The training courses allow participants to enter the job market, promoting social and environmental sustainability, with the generation of work and income, encouraging social protagonism.

The Nova Caraguá II Project assisted 730 families with new properties through the Minha Casa Minha Vida Program. Among the main actions of this Social Project is the systematic follow-up of participants through individual and family assistance in informative and educational meetings, with the objective of improving family and community coexistence.

The Project has been offering training courses since 2019 and has already helped many families in the enterprise to generate work and income and improve social life.

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