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THE PROGRAM

The Muraki Foundation started in 2021 a social action program called aMoraki, with the objective of serving people in social vulnerability, contributing to improving the quality of life of these people.

At the beginning of the aMoraki Program, the foundation promoted social actions in charities and other locations in the city, benefiting homeless people, children and elderly people who live in a support house.

ACTIONS TAKEN IN 2021

July, August and September

Soup distribution at Platão Araújo and 28 de Agosto hospitals, serving an audience of 800 people.

October

Holding of the Children's Day Party with distribution of toys and snacks in the Fazendinha community located in the East Zone of Manaus, with the presence of 250 children and the distribution of 200 meals in downtown Manaus to homeless people.

November

Distribution of soup in the center of Manaus, in the area of Igreja dos Remédios and at the bus station, serving a total of 200 Venezuelans.

December

Benefit lunch at Lar da Dona Val with delivery of clothes and shoes, benefiting 65 children. There was also a benefit lunch at the São Vicente de Paula Shelter, benefiting 22 elderly people. That same month, 200 meals were distributed in downtown Manaus to homeless people.

CHANGE OF PERFORMANCE

In 2021, the actions carried out were more charitable, such as donations of basic food baskets and the provision of meals.

In 2022, observing the need to have effective public policies and improve the performance of the Program, we seek to delimit our service, no longer providing emergency and charitable services and starting to offer users, continuous actions of basic social service, thus, the institution assumes a new role to complement public policy actions and work on the centrality of the family.

MISSION

Support families in situations of social vulnerability, contributing to the improvement of quality of life, through preventive care actions.

VISION

To be recognized as an educational and professionalizing support program for families in the North Zone.

VALUES

  • Ethics and transparency
  • Social commitment
  • Inclusion
  • Education
  • Culture and leisure
  • Training

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

To be recognized as an educational and professionalizing support program for families in the North Zone.

TARGET AUDIENCE

The aMoraki Program targets low-income families residing in the program's areas of operation, duly registered, to benefit from the projects offered.

SOCIAL ACTIONS TAKEN IN 2022

February

Distribution of school kits in the communities Fazendinha and Grande Vitória, benefiting 100 children aged 1st to 5th grade. In the Fazendinha community, 50 food baskets were also distributed.

March

Distribution of 50 food baskets in the Fazendinha community. In addition to this activity, a breakfast was offered in honor of Women's Day.

PROPOSALS FOR ACTIVITIES TO BE DEVELOPED BY THE PROGRAM

  • Professional qualification courses;
  • Socio-educational workshops;
  • School support;
  • Food safety;
  • Prevention campaigns;
  • Social monitoring;
  • Social register of families;
  • Home visits;
  • Network articulation.

CERTIFICATES

CMDCA and CMAS certificates

IN PROGRESS

Public Utility Certificate (Click here to access)

CONCLUDED

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

VOLUNTEERS

  • Adson Luiz Nunes Rodrigues
  • Aldeny Najar de Oliveira
  • Alisson Nascimento de Oliveira
  • André Luis dos Santos Brandão
  • Dayse Teixeira Moura
  • Izane Santos de Alencar
  • Jo da Costa Sarmento
  • José Bernardo de Melo Junior
  • Juliana Câmara de Souza
  • Maria Lidelmar Carvalho de Melo
  • Sandra Maria Carvalho da Silva

WITH THESE ACTIONS AND ENGAGED PEOPLE, WE HOPE TO CHANGE THE LIFE OF THESE FAMILIES, PROVIDING A LIFE WITH MORE QUALITY!

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