Following the initial call on October 6, 2020, until its closure, 150 adolescents and youth registered to be part of DreamLAB, of which 91 were selected to strengthen community resilience and promote opportunities for development, inclusion, peaceful coexistence, and solidarity within neighborhoods.
Group: Yapa Work
The project seeks to advance a communitarian social transformation through youth empowerment. They will create a training school for agents of change, an institution for leadership with a strong focus on psychological support.
The project will create an agroecological community garden to reduce organic waste and to enhance the economic reactivation of the elderly. They seek to increase the economic income of the community and reduce the neighborhood’s domestic organic waste.
The project aims to support youth in vulnerable conditions through art therapy. They will provide workshops on urban art, dance, women empowerment and leadership, and mental health.