Equipping the são Paulo youth with opportunities to lead choice-filled lives
Although São Paulo, Brazil is one of the largest cities in the world, it is also one of the most inequitable. Due to its large population and limited resources, children are only able to attend school for a maximum of 4 hours per day. Seeds of Hope Brazil was formed to provide learning opportunities for children who do not have access to quality education.
Trade school classes
How We provide opportunities for the youth of brazil
The trade school provides access to a variety of courses for the disadvantaged youth of São Paulo. Additionally, it provides a safe space for community members to gather and form relationships.
Founder of Seeds of Hope Brazil Inc., Roberto moved from Brazil to the U.S. at the age of 21. Knowing the issues of the Brazil education system first hand, he began saving money to open a trade school in São Paulo. The school opened in 2009, providing the local community with learning opportunities.
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