Ampliando el Desarrollo de los Niños
Ampliando el Desarrollo de los Niños (ADN)- It is a model that seeks to improve the development opportunities of children from elementary schools by extending four hours their school day and engage them in artistic, sporting, recreational and academic assistance activities. The model pays special attention to promoting healthy eating and active living.
A total of 1,078 students from the marginalized colonias of Felipe Angeles and Francisco I. Madero, benefited from this program.
Ampliando el Desarrollo de los Niños (ADN)- received $3,100 from the FEMAP Foundation through the 2014 Paso del Norte Challenge Fund.