Social sports school
Technicians from six schools in Cambodia, the Philippines and Indonesia were involved.
The centres in Manique and Guimarães have adapted their activities to enable them to continue catering for the children's needs.
Minors with neuromuscular and respiratory disorders are able to participate in sporting activities at the socio-sporting schools.
Over 350 youngsters benefit from the weekly sessions laid on by the project's educational coaches.
The partnership between the two organisation has seen over 20,000 vulnerable minors across Africa, America and Europe benefit.
The alliance supports the wheelchair basketball schools for young people with disabilities.
International Education Day was celebrated as more than 80,000 children are trained in the football and basketball social sports schools.
Felipe Reyes and Ignacio Jiménez, Endesa's Director General of Communications, introduced the alliance.
The coaches involved work with more than 200 children in two projects in collaboration with Crecemos-DIJO.
The project, in collaboration with Manos Unidas, caters for more than 300 children.
The project, led by the IIMC and with the support of Roadis, caters for 200 children and families living in extreme poverty.
The objective is to improve and develop communication skills to be applied in different areas of life.
The project has run alongside the FDP Association since 2012 and benefits 90 vulnerable minors.
Ramos, Marcelo, Reyes, Llull, Ivana, Thaisa, Zidane and Laso offered the youngsters their support.
Add to your Three Kings' Day gifts by buying an item that will contribute towards the running of the socio-sporting projects the organisation leads in conjunction with the Red Cross.