Through theater,

Girls and boys learn to give and ask for help whenever they need it, to live together positively, to regain confidence in themselves and in adults, and to resolve conflicts without violence.

We seek to strengthen

communication, self-control and decision-making skills in girls and boys, promoting their creativity and resilience to face challenges in a loving and safe environment.

We want girls and boys

They learn to relate appropriately, improving their self-esteem and assertively expressing what they think and feel, taking responsibility for their actions and the consequences of their behavior.

Our Programs

  • Focused on Early Childhood

    Girls and boys from 1 to 6 years old who are victims of child abuse.
  • Focused on school ages

    Girls and boys from 6 to 12 years old who are victims of child abuse.
  • Aimed at girls and adolescent women from 4 to 14 years old.

    Survivors of violence.
  • Focused on adolescents from 12 to 17 years old

    who are in Agency 59 as victims.
  • Aimed at girls, boys and adolescents from 3 to 12 years old,

    with a secondary prevention approach, in high-risk contexts.
  • Aimed at adults

    Focused on public servants and people interested in the prevention of child abuse.
  • Events and fundraising campaigns

    Focused on girls, boys, adolescents, young people and adults.
  • Girls, boys and women victims of gender violence

    Focused on girls, boys and adolescents who are with their mothers in a women's shelter.
  • Bridge program

    It seeks to identify specific needs and accompany girls, boys and adolescents for adequate integration into each program.


Get to know our photobook of the Zero Violence Project with the photographic collection of Patricia Aridjis
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