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Annual Report
2020

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Although we were betting that our Method can be applied in any space and with any population, thanks to the circumstances we were able to verify it with great success, above all, by involving more parents by inviting them as allies and thus further consolidating the link with the school community.

During a good part of 2020, parents were able to participate with their children in the activities of our distance program and experience spaces of relief, affective communication, joy and reflection.

 

This inspires us to take advantage of the synergy with schools and families and the creation of new digital materials that have become part of our Method. 

 

Emotional well-being is essential in personal, family and social life to promote the balanced development of our character, so it is our intention to continue promoting it so that the children we serve and their families, strengthen it more and more and can decide how to assertively face adversity and the changes that lie ahead.

 

María del Socorro Lozano Moreno

Chairwoman of the Board of Directors

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Message from our chairwoman

Change is the result of true learning.

Leo Buscaglia

 

The change in our reality, individual and collective, continues to challenge our talent and our willingness to find solutions and change paradigms. And it is from the context of the COVID19 pandemic that PPAM turned its capacity and commitment to our institutional Mission in order to find areas of opportunity that we had not explored.

Thus, we have created ways to continue accompanying our beneficiaries emotionally from a distance, making use of technology and learning or discovering new skills. As is known, since the beginning of the pandemic, children have been experiencing an adverse context at home, of high violence and emotional distress, which motivated us to put our experience, creativity and flexibility into play and to continue the process of emotional education that we performed in schools.
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WHAT DO
WE DO?

We promote emotional education through the application of the “I decide method” in order for the person to develop skills, attitudes and knowledge to identify, accept, express and regulate their emotions.

Purpose

Promote emotionally healthy environments and contribute to the creation of a culture of peace.

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EVALUATION MODEL

Process

At the
technical level

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Qualitative strategies

Quantitative strategies

At the
time level

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Initial

Intermediate

Final

At the utility level

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Process evaluation

Results evaluation

Impact evaluation

Indicators

Process of emotional awareness

Positive management of emotions

Manifestation of favorable and unfavorable attitudes

Modification of violent behaviors

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How do we do it?

We establish a long-term relationship with educational spaces and institutions that serve the population between 5 and 12 years of age, offering annual programs that provide spaces for emotional development to their populations. The above is developed during a playful-experiential session, an hour and a half a week, for 25 weeks of the school year.

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In the face of the health emergency due to COVID-19, our direct care program was adequate to operate remotely, through video capsules and online support groups, among other strategies. This has allowed us to reach out to parents and other family members, multiplying our impact in a context of high emotional distress.

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How do we do it?

We teach and train people interested in applying our methodology of Emotional Education in educational, health, work and welfare spaces, in order to contribute to the emotional well-being of people and participate in the construction of peace culture, through a theoretical-experiential process of 80 hours.

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Competences to acquire:

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Problems to attend to:

Inappropriate expression of emotions

Emotional exhaustion, hopelessness

Feelings of abandonment, failure and lack of meaning in life

Emotionally unhealthy spaces

Violent behaviors in its different manifestations

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We also offer lectures, courses and experiential workshops to strengthen social-emotional skills that allow to achieve relief and personal well-being, in addition to acquiring support tools and emotional support. Aimed at the general public interested in improving their emotional health and the quality of their intra and interpersonal relationships.

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Examples of the video-capsules

WHO DO WE SERVE?

SCHOOL CYCLE 2019-2020

First semester - PRESENTIAL AND ONLINE

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1 Public School

5 Educational Institutions

4 Civil Organizations

SCHOOL CYCLE 2020-2021

Second semester - ONLINE

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1 Public Schools

4 Educational

Institutions

3 Civil

Organizations

PRESENTIAL BENEFICIARIES

DIRECT

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479

INDIRECT

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240

120

ONLINE BENEFICIARIES

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136

1,535 Families benefited

739

660

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* mothers and fathers, teachers and collaborators

of donor companies

DIRECT

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511

120

INDIRECT

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9

21

16

1,478 Families benefited

Signs

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children

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adolescents

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adults

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WHAT ELSE DO WE DO?

We participated in the Conversation Childhood speaks.
Conversation with girls, boys and adolescents to hear about their emotions and feelings experienced around confinement, derived from the pandemic. Carried out in collaboration with Cemefi´s Network for Children and Adolescents.

June 6, 2020.

Actions indoors to strengthen your immune system from your emotions.
We launched a series of recommendations for activities on our social networks.

March - April 2020

We carried out the Conscious Attention Workshop, a resource for emotional well-being.

In the context of the contingency caused by COVID-19, the teachers reflected on their emotions and feelings, through a space for learning and group exchange that allowed them to become aware of the benefit of experiencing positive emotions to face adverse situations. Educa Congress.

September 26, 2020

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We collaborated in the StoryBoard Workshop for Cemefi CSO Networks. Cemefi, The House of Philanthropy.  February 28, 2020.

We participated in the Conference Emotional Ecology: A University for Life.

CELAMEX, I.A.P. - ORT University.

February 13, 2020

PPAM joined Cemefi's FONDODespensaMx and promoted 20 families so that each one received 500 pesos every two weeks for 3 months

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HOW DO WE GROW?

SCHOOL CYCLE 2020-2021
SECOND SEMESTER

ONLINE STAGE

PRESENTIAL STAGE

INDICATORS

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Special thank you to our donors

FINANCES

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US

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

María del Socorro Lozano Moreno
Chairwoman

Mariano Velázquez Sánchez
Treasurer

Alejandro Canasí Lozano
Secretary

Diana Marcela Webber Múzquiz
Magaly López Nova
María Luisa Mastachi Pérez
Margarita Jiménez Urraca
Mauricio Vázquez Jaime
Roberta Matouk Rangel

US

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OPERATIVE TEAM

FACILITATION TEAM

VOLUNTEERS

M. Beatriz Noriega González
General Director

Gabriela Ávila López
Operational Coordinator

Mayra I. Gómez Miguel
Adults Facilitation Coordinator

Juan A. Espinosa Luna
Coordinator of Educational and Research Developement

Alma Delia Fuentes Villafañe
Coordinator of Operational - Administrative Liason

 

Anabel Muñoz Hernández

Treasury and Accounting Coordinator
 

Ma. Guadalupe G. Ronquillo Mejía
Marisol López Vázquez
Operative Supervisors

Angélica Reyes García
Evaluation Officer

Raquel González Franco Alva
Comunication Officer

Bertha Alicia Serrano Novoa
Reception

Reyna Valencia Sánchez
General Services

Aries Casolis González
Karen Rebeca Rivera Ramírez

​Martha Elizabeth Alday Trujillo

María Concepción Lara Jaime

María Piedad Piña Ruiz
Nancy Estrada Navarro

Fernando Sánchez Gasca

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EQUIPO FACILITACIÓN

VOLUNTARIOS

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