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Presentation for Vitol

September 12th 2008

Without education

world

seems so small

Chile


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HISTORY

Set up in 1999, on response to the urgent imperative of committing with our reality set on the IX Catholic Church Synod of Santiago.

Following this commitment, Belén Educa Foundation was born as a private non profit institution dependent on the Archbishop of Santiago, devoted to educate in the poorest areas of Santiago.


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WHERE ARE WE?

Where families monthly income is lower than US$ 250 (45% of chilean school population belongs to low and low-middle socio-economic groups).

Where parents has 7 or 8 years of schooling.

Where unemployment is the rule.


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WHERE DO OUR STUDENTS LIVE?

Where interfamily violence is common and mono parental families also.

Where homes are overcrowded.

Where relatives are usually alcoholics and drug addicts.


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WHAT KIND OF RISKS DO OUR STUDENTS CONFRONT?

Drug dealing and addiction.

Alcoholism

Delinquency

Prostitution

Early pregnancy

Lack of self-esteem


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OUR MISSION

Offer first-class education to the most vulnerable groups in Chilean society.


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HOW IT STARTED

Belén Educa started building its first school on 1999, officially opened in 2000.

Thanks to a successful alliance between Church, State and private sector, an average rhythm of growth of a school per year has been possible.


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Colegio Silva

Puente Alto

1.452 students

Colegio Oviedo

Maipú

1.578 students

Colegio Fresno

Puente Alto

1.319 students

2000

2001

2002

GROWTH


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Colegio Vicuña

San Joaquín

334 students

Colegio Crescente

Puente Alto

1.501 students

Colegio Caro

La Pintana

1.275 students

GROWTH

2003


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Colegio Undurraga

Quilicura

1.240 students

Colegio San Alberto Hurtado Pudahuel

860 students

2008

2005

GROWTH



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GRAN SANTIAGO

LOCATION

CHILE

REGIÓN METROPOLITANA

SOUTH AMERICA


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OUR TRUSTEES

Presidente: Cardenal Francisco Javier Errázuriz

Vicepresidente: Monseñor Sergio Valech

BOARD

P. José Francisco Pinilla

Jorge Cisternas

Martín Costabal

José Pablo Arellano

Teresa Marchant

Mariana Aylwin

Jorge Garcés

Canio Corbo

Francisco Murillo

María de la Luz Melo

Directores:

Director

Ejecutivo:

Juan Enrique Güarachi G-H.


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BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT

Source: 2007 Balance Sheet.


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OPERATIONAL INCOME

USD 14,3 : monthly income from parents.

USD 111,4 : monthly cost per student. (State, parents and private donations)

11,520 Thousand USD

Source: 2007 Profit and Loss Statement.


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OPERATIONAL COSTS

10,917 Thousand USD

Source: 2007 Profit and Loss Statement.


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RESERVES

1,351 Thousand USD

Source: 2007 Balance Sheet.


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THE PROJECT

14 years of schooling (4 to 18 years old)

+ 2 years of after

school support

Secondary Vocational

School

4 years

Telecommunications, Gastronomy,

Administration, Construction

2.332 students

Infant school

2 years

1.245 infants

Primary School

8 years

6.223 pupils

Graduates

2 years support

683 students


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THE PROJECT

Prepare students for life through high quality educational programs, considering pastoral, social and sports development, all that allows them to achieve without problems the demands of our developing country.


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Spanish

Science

English

FIRST CLASS EDUCATION

Mathematics

Infantile Orchestras

Music

Gastronomy

Special educational needs

Telecommunications


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ACHIEVEMENTS IN EIGHT YEARS

9.800 pupils in 14 years of schooling.

460 highly motivated teachers. Constant training programs to improve teachers capacities and performance assessment.

Build and organized 8 schools in the poorest areas of Santiago.

40.000 m2built. 13.000 studentsinstalled capacity.

Provide high quality academic programs.

Ensure a caring environment.

Teach and practice Christian values.


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Extend our assistance to the community.

More than 5.000 poor families reached.

Offer adult education programs to complete their studies and sacramental pastoral care.

7 Technical Schools with four specialization areas: Telecommunication, Administration, Gastronomy, Construction.

100% of graduates get proffesional internship in prestigious companies.

48% of 2007 generation are in undergraduate programs.

440 students with special needs are receiving specialists assistance.

ACHIEVEMENTS IN EIGHT YEARS


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SIMCE 2007 4º GRADE PRIMARY SCHOOL

NATIONAL STANDARD TESTS RESULTS

*

Notes: * Chilean Ministry of Education’s assessment system of learning outcome.


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NATIONAL STANDARD TESTS RESULTS

SIMCE 2007 8º GRADE PRIMARY SCHOOL

*

Colegio A.M. Vicuña

On TV

Notes: * Chilean Ministry of Education’s assessment system of learning outcome.




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INQUIRY BASED SCIENCE LEARNING (ECBI) PROJECT

Program based on the most updated scientific knowledge about learning.

Responds to a world wide need of improving scientific understanding.

Internationally proven and researched pedagogical strategy.

In Chile, a wide and powerful collaborative effort.

Achieves effectively learning in students.


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Teachers

and students textbooks

Vitol’s

Contribution

2004 - US$ 23.0002005 - US$ 66.000 2006 - US$ 80.976

Science kits

Monitor

Professional

Development


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SCIENCE PROJECT RESULTS

This year we achieved the goal of covering a 50% of the national science curriculum with inquiry based science learning method (ECBI project) in our 8 schools.

The project is reaching 6.440 students each year.

Two modules have been implemented from 1st to 8th grade, the whole elementary education. So each student is planned to experience the program for 8 years. Then each year the total amount of children reached by ECBI increases in a complete generation (about 730 students).

2007 results in science national standard test (SIMCE) over the national average.


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SCIENCE PROJECT RESULTS

Almost the 75% of the students assessed in 4th grade shows an intermediate or advanced level of achievement in science national standard test (SIMCE).




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2009 - 2013 BUDGET

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Notes: * Total 2008 is up to june 2008, not closed yet.

** Reference kit and refurbishment sets prices taken from National Science Resources Center


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INFANTILE ORCHESTRA PROJECT

A proven method extended in Chile with successful results with children in social risk.

Focused on developing self-esteem and sense of belonging, the Orchestra project doesn’t leave behind high quality musical learning process.

With a team conformed by a Director and 8 instrument monitors from chilean universities, theoretical and instrument execution classess and practices has been a huge challenge for our students.


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ORCHESTRA COMPOSITION

20 violins

6 cellos

8 violas

2 double

basses

2 clarinets

2 traverse flutes


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Director and Monitors

Vitol’s

Contribution

2006 - US$ 60.496Coverage:

40 students directly

1.363 students

and their families

indirectly

Classical Instruments


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ORCHESTRA PROJECT RESULTS

Implementation of an innovative work model: Students monthly attend a 3 hours long orchestra session with the director after school, together with 30 minutes of individual instrument classes during this session.

Generation of a document with best practices and procedures to expand this model to the rest of our schools.

90% class attendance.

After a year of work students are able to perform 5 classical pieces of music, of an initial level.

They have already played 2 concerts for their school mates and their parents.

A third concert is planned for september in another Belén Educa School. They are going on a tour!





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