Social work alumni salesians Mexico
MEXICAN FEDERATION OF ALUMNI OF DON BOSCO
The house of the Salesian alumnus began operating in 1973, thanks to the love and dedication that had both Father Luis Gonzalez Lopez as the Lic. José González Torres for alumnus of Don Bosco.
- Ongoing Formation.
Diploma in Christian social doctrine. Courses “educate for a better society” medical capsules.
Psychological care for street children.
- CATEQUESIS Indigenous and Peasant.
This work is carrying Sr. Amalia Orozco, FMA, along with a group of lay people. It serves 52 communities across the country.
- MARGARITA MAMA GROUP
It is a group of seniors, age 70, where it is granted a positive growth space, thus they are discovering a better way live.
- APOSTOLATE OF THE NEW EVANGELIZACIÓN.
Cooperative groups serving the dining room “MARY HELP”.
- GROUP ALA ANON.-
Is a self-help program for recovery Relatives of Patients with alcoholism. Hold sessions every day between 10 and 15 people.
- GROUP AL-ATEEN.
Group of young people who have a sick family member alcoholism, meet Saturday.
- DINING ROOM “MARY HELP”.
Serves more than 500 people homeless.
- MUSICAL WORKSHOP
It is a group of young people meets every week to work on a musical workshop to accompany the Sunday liturgy.
- BOARD OF YOUTH PRELATURE MIXE, OAXACA, FOR UNIVERSITY STUDY.
- ENTREPRENEURSHIP-SCHOOLS. DEVELOPING SYNERGIES. SALESIANS, ALUMNI, COOPERATORS AND CIVIL SOCIETY.
Mexico and the Lerma Chapala region are experiencing a serious problem on your system
education, which in many ways is spoken and where the federal government has had the authority (or ability) to create change that would enable the country to successfully attach to the development of today’s world.
The Mexico Competitiveness Report 2009 conducted by Harvard University, at the request of the World Economic Forum, said: “The biggest limitation to the growth of Mexico is the low quality of its educational offerings.” Aggravated in the State of Michoacan problem, which has the second worst education in the country.
The manifestations of this problem are very worrying in the region, because, for most of the young people studying does not guarantee inclusion in the workplace to improve their economic situation, in many cases promoting their linkage
criminal or deportation to the United States as illegal; efficiency
baccalaureate 55% and above 10%), which reveals a high school dropout, whose main reason is no longer economical considering the subsidies that currently families and students are granted and their consequences is that those who desert their employment is performed activities they generate very low incomes.
It is still 67% of the college students who manage to complete their studies working on something related to them, generating a negative message to the direction of further study.