Technology for Garrahan Hospital in Buenos Aires city

Technology for Garrahan Hospital in Buenos Aires city

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The Garrahan Hospital, in the city of Buenos Aires, has the “Games that heal” project, which uses games as a resource to help self-esteem, mood, and quality of life of its patients. To help in this cause, last October 11th, Hexacta donated 12 iPods and 1 notebook.
With this contribution, Hexacta seeks to add to the search for the well-being of families and to harmonize the harsh treatments that children and their close relatives go through.

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Curso de Telar 4

Neonatological Foundation of the San Roque Maternal and Child Hospital

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Fundación Neonatológica Hospital San Roque assists babies admitted to the hospital sector Neonatology. When newborn babies are hospitalized (for health reasons or because they were born prematurely), they must maintain their body temperature, using, for example, blankets. Hexacta provided wooden looms and wool to weave these blankets, and also funded a loom weaving course for volunteers of the foundation so they could later give a workshop to mothers living in the residence of the foundation.

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Galgos ONG

Adopt a Greyhound in Argentina

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This NGO rescues greyhounds from illegal racing and hunting. The dogs come into the organization in terrible conditions, and once they are rescued, they are brought back to health and then given up for adoption. Hexacta donated food and various medical supplies to the organization.

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Casita Estrella Social Center

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Casita Estrella is a social center where a team of volunteers carries out various activities in  Barrio Camino Costero. The project consisted of building a computer room, where children and youth in the community, attending school activities and psycho-pedagogical support, could have access to technological knowledge, acquiring interests and abilities. Hexacta provided the computers for this facility to be launched.

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