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Project Access 2010 - 2014


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Communities as the best investment destination Our Goal To provide growth impetus in the communities surrounding our Bingo Halls, empowering students and teachers to energize democracy and economic prosperity. This investment is seen as the seed for future market growth. Codere Argentina - Project Access 2010 / 2014


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Social Inclusion Project Indigence and Poverty

57,5 Oct-02

65 60 55 50

47,3 Oct-89 40 4 Q 10

45 40 35

27,5 Oct-02

30 25 20

16,5 Oct-89

35,3 4 Q 09 26,9 4 Q 06

15 10

8,7 4 Q 06

5 0

17 4 Q 10 14,2 4 Q 09

Oct-88 Oct-89 Oct-90 Oct-91 Oct-92 Oct-93 Oct-94 Oct-95 Oct-96 Oct-97 Oct-98 Oct-99 Oct-00 Oct-01 Oct-02 4 Q 03 4 Q 04 4 Q 05 4 Q 06 4 Q 07 4 Q 08 4 Q 09 4 Q 10

Poverty Indigence

Axis Y: population percentage Source: UCA y SEL . Own estimation.


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Social Inclusion Project Poverty and extreme poverty rates in Argentina Avg. 96-99

Hist. Max Oct 02

Prod. Min. Mod. 2S06

2S 07

1S 08

2S 08

1S 09 e

2S 09 p

1S 10 p

2S 10 p

SOCIAL Poor population (000)

8.314

19.291

9.460

10.673

11.328

11.969

12 .466

13.048

13.676

Poverty rate

26,3

57,5

26,9

30,0

31,7

33,3

34,5

35,9

37,3

40,0

Official information

-

-

-

20,6

17,8

15,3

13,9

-

-

-

14.755

Annual evolution (000)

-

6.607

-2.299

1.214

1.320

1.295

1.138

1.079

1.210

1.707

Annual variation (%)

-

52,1

-19,6

12,8

12,7

12,1

10,0

9,0

9,7

13,1

Total basic needs (000)

485,4

711,7

899,4

1.122,4

1.219,7

1.399,8

1.456,7

1.617,8

1.717,1

1.953,0

Absolute poverty (000)

2.090

9.226

3.059

3.947

4.341

4.768

5.045

5.404

5.642

6.265

Extreme poverty rate

6,6

27,5

8,7

11,1

12,1

13,3

14,0

14,9

15,4

17,0

Official information

-

-

-

5,9

5,1

4,4

4,0

-

-

-

Annual evolution (000)

-

4.722

-1.169

888

901

820

704

636

597

861

Annual variation (%)

-

104,8

-27,6

29,0

26,2

20,8

16,2

13,3

11,8

15,9

Basic diet needs

206,5

320,6

414,5

504,8

556,9

627,1

658,9

724,8

773,3

871,5

p: prognosis e: estimation

Axis Y: population percentage. Source: UCA y SEL. Own estimation.


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General data on childhood and adolescence 40.9 % of children and adolescents (0 to 17 years of age) under the poverty line. 14.3 % of children and adolescents (0 to 17 years of age) under the extreme poverty line. 19.4 % inter-annual drop-off rate in polimodal school (secondary school) 8. 1 % repeat rate in polimodal school (secondary school). 5.5 % of students from 9 to 11 years of age lagging behind two or more school calendar years in primary or secondary school. 11.5 % of students from 12 to 14 years of age lagging behind two or more school calendar years in primary or secondary school. 23.2 % students from 15 to 17 years of age lagging behind two or more school calendar years in primary or secondary school. Source: UNICEF Argentina – data updated April 2009.

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Social Inclusion Project The gap widens. PREGNANCY

EARLY CHILDHOOD

PRIMARY LEVEL

POLYMODAL

EMPLOYMENT Excluded youngsters

Secondary Unemployed youngsters school Secondary school abandoned 5% failure - year 6.6 % Primary non aproved

Primary school failure - year school delay Kids with non aproved 9.5 % underdeveloped intelligence 4 % Kids without Kids at kinder garden

Non poor kids 40 % Poor kids 60 %

Adolescent mothers

Adecquate pregnancy control

Low birth weight

Malnutrition

health care

5%

5-7 %

12 %

10 %

92.5 %

3.5 %

4.7 %

96 %

20 %

the gap widens.........

80 % Adolescent mothers

76 % Adecquate pregnancy control

10 % Low birth weight

10-20 % Malnutrition

22.3 % Kids at kinder garden

60 % Kids without health care

64 %

22.5 % Kids with underdeveloped intelligence Primary school failure - year non aproved

Source: UCA. Report about poverty.

30.5 % Primary school delay

14-16 %

20 % Secondary school failure - year 34 % Secondary non aproved school Unemployed abandoned youngsters

23% Excluded youngsters


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“A society that isolates its youngsters is cast off; doomed to bleed“. Kofi A. Annan (UN Secretary General - 1997 / 2006 and Nobel Peace Prize - 2001)


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Why a Pilot Project? To open the doors to the information technology world for those who cannot experience the benefits of new technologies: a. To acknowledge the dynamics of low income families. b. To understand the position of students and teachers in the knowledge based learning process. c. To create correct expectations about the delivery power of new technologies among teachers and students. d. To turn the learning process into a constant creation of knowledge. e. To refocus teachers’ and students’ approach, shifting from “learning to read” to “reading to learn”.

Because we need to win hearts and minds to truly empower the community.


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Equidad-Fátima Pilot Project (2008 - 2009) Goals

Provide the necessary material and equipment to have access to Internet. Train teachers, Board and administrative staff in the usage of new technologies. Train teachers in the pedagogical use of new technologies.

Strategic Partner

Companía de Equidad Social Foundation. The Foundation is devoted to promoting social equity, human and economic development by means of technologies of information and communications (Tics).

Targeted Community

Nuestra Señora de Fátima School. The School is a religious institution for early, primary and technical secondary education in Villa Soldati. It belongs to the Misioneros del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús Association. Most students come from low income families.

Sponsor

Codere Argentina


Equidad - FĂĄtima Pilot Project (2008 - 2009) What is this all about? The use of computers as tools for internal communications, administrative organization and strengthening of the institutional project. Opportunity for students and teachers to get acquainted with the IT world. Development of a virtual campus to train teachers.

Pioneer Project in Villa Soldati, a low income community in the city of Buenos Aires 20% of unemployment. 65% of slums concentrate in the area. Child mortality rate: 18.4 per 1000 on a yearly basis (almost twice as much as compared with the northern area of the city). High levels of prostitution (adult and juvenile), drug trafficking and consumption. High level of HIV-infected people.

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Equidad - Fรกtima Pilot Project (2008 - 2009) GRANT: U$S 125.583 Destination

20 training workshops for teachers, management and staff. Launch of ALBA management system. Tutorials for teachers. Hardware maintenance. Wi-Fi equipment for all the school.

Outcome

2.500 students trained in the usage of information technologies. 200 trained teachers and school staff. 100 computers donated. 20 HP laptops. 40 classmate laptops. 40 recycled PCs.


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This is Fatima School, a continuing reminder of how determination to improve the life of others can work miracles.


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Project Access 2010 – 2014 Goals

To open the doors to the information technology world for low income families that live close to Codere Bingo Halls in Buenos Aires province. To train and equip 10.000 students in the learning approach of a knowledge-based society. To start the long way of improving educational quality in the teacher and school staff training process in line with learning demands of the 21st century. Empower teachers and school staff to become facilitators of knowledge creation and to learn how to use new technologies as learning and teaching tools. Prepare new generations for a successful entry to the labor market.

Targeted Communities

Schools close to Codere´s Halls in Buenos Aires province counties of La Plata, San Martín and La Matanza.


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Project Access 2010 – 2014 Villa Soldati, La Plata, San Martin y La Matanza. Issues in the selected scenarios High levels of unemployment. Strong concentration of slums. High child mortality rates. High level of prostitution (adult and juvenile), drug trafficking and consumption. High level of HIV-infected people. San Martín La Matanza

BU CIUD EN AD OS D AI E RE S

Villa Soldati

La Plata


Project Access 2008 – 2009 Pilot Project STAGE 1 Target: Villa Soldati Program: Equidad Social (Social Equity) Participating Schools Nuestra Señora de Fatima TOTAL STAGE 1: 2.500 students

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2500

BU CIUD EN AD OS D AI E RE S

Villa Soldati

5000

7500

10000

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Project Access 2010 – 2012 STAGE 2 Target: La Plata Program: The Challenge of Scale

Participating Schools Secondary School Nº 8. Secondary School Nº 14. School Nº 66 / Almirante Brown. Coronel de Marina Tomás Espora School. Special Education School Nº 533 - La Plata.

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2500

5000

BU CIUD EN AD OS D AI E RE S

La Plata

TOTAL STAGE 2: 2.300 students

7500

10000

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Project Access 2010 – 2013 STAGE 3 Target: San Martín Program: Perfecting the Technique

Participating Schools Remedios de Escalada de San Martín. Nº 18 (Corporate Volunteering Conference). José Manuel Estrada Nº 36. General Basic School Nº 22 - San Martín. General Basic School Nº 8 - San Martín.

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2500

San Martín BU CIUD EN AD OS D AI E RE S

5000

TOTAL STAGE 3: 2600 students

7500

10000

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Project Access 2010 – 2014 STAGE 4 Target: La Matanza Program: Reaching the Final Goal

Participating Schools Province of Chubut / Lomas del Mirador Vicente Lopez y Planes / Lomas del Mirador Tte Gral Julio A. Roca / Morón

Nuestra Señora del Carmen / Morón Alas Argentinas Nº 86 / Ramos Mejía Hipólito Yrigoyen / Ramos Mejía Fragata Sarmiento Nº 42 / San Justo

Mariano Moreno Nº 1 / San Justo Primary Special School Nº 514 / Isidro Casanova (La Matanza) General Basic School Nº 176 / Isidro Casanova (La Matanza) General Basic School Nº 23 / Ramos Mejía

General Basic School Nº 115 / La Matanza General Basic School Nº 24 / Villa Morris General Basic School Nº 100 / San Justo

TOTAL: 2600 students 0

2500

La Matanza BU CIUD EN AD OS D AI E RE S

5000

7500

10000


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Project Access 2010 – 2014 Project Access is an investment for the communities surrounding our Bingo Halls. Through Project Access, Codere Argentina expects to: Empower 10.000 low income students by opening them doors to opportunities, better paid jobs and perhaps college education. This would positively improve the quality of life within targeted communities, allowing them to become better and prosperous citizens.


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