Social Projects

Projects of

#Origine Senegal

The project aims to provide alternatives to irregular immigration for 120 young people aged 15 to 35 from the suburbs of Dakar by teaching them digital skills, thus making them employable in their own country.

HP Ambassador: Pascal Endres

Walking Towards Inclusion

This project aims to be a spokesperson for the neurodiversity of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and explain effective methodologies to enhance learning and inclusion in the classrooms of 117 schools in the Baix Llobregat region.

HP Ambassador: Africa Real

Adapted Painting Workshop

To provide dignity to people with cerebral palsy by valuing their abilities, enhancing their personal autonomy, and improving their quality of life. We offer support programs tailored to their needs and those of their families, aiming to contribute to the fulfillment of their life projects.

The Adapted Painting Workshop enhance the autonomy and freedom of expression of people with cerebral palsy by developing manual skills and stimulating the motor system, helping them acquire habits to foster maximum autonomy, as well as work on personal autonomy aspects based on each participant’s capacities, limitations, and personal characteristics while focusing on artistic aspects to support the personal and social integration of the affected individuals and as a method of personal expression. It provides a space for interaction, personal growth, emotional release, and mutual support to address any issues that arise during the course.

HP Ambassador: Alicia Zugasti

Fondo Dalia

As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and the increase of inflation due to the war in Ukraine, many women’s social organizations in Spain have had financial difficulties in carrying out their work. This project provides social services such as: accompaniment and prevention of sexist violence, soup kitchens for people without resources or training in technology to reduce the digital divide, among others.

HP Ambassador: Rosa Calatayud

Digital inclusion of people with intellectual disability ”Let’s connect abilities”

The Fundació Privada Atendis is an NGO founded in 1963 and a pioneer in Sabadell in the service of people with intellectual disabilities and their families in the territorial area of the City and its region. The project consists of the effective digital inclusion of 137 people who live/go to the entity’s 3 canters for severe disabilities (Bauma, Aplec and Casal). This will be done through adapted electronic devices and WiFi installation aimed at improving their quality of life through 3 main axes: Communication, Cognitive Stimulation, Emotional Well-being (leisure, relaxation).

HP Ambassadors: Montserrat Sanroma, Laura Fernandez, Marta Puig

Children with good vision, adults with future

This project is focused on enhancing the visual well-being of children in vulnerable situation while fostering their future prospects.

HP Ambassador: Jordi Ferran

Training the trainers in Central African Republic

This project allows teachers to access new opportunities for acquiring pedagogic skills, materials, and knowledge freely available on the internet to make them more autonomous and to facilitate the updating of their teaching capacities by creating a computer lab for students and teachers of the Jean Paul II Pedagogical Training Center in Bangui.

HP Ambassador: Andres Fonts

Growth After School

This project aims at supporting social inclusion for children with limited resources by covering basic needs after school: Reinforcing lectures, Healthy eating, Clothes, playground, etc.

HP Ambassador: Clara Lopez Martinez, Oriol Abello, Jaime Carbonell