According to the Venezuelan Chief Consul in this Andean land, Pedro Sassone, told Prensa Latina, this project created in September 2021 seeks to expand and currently has opened a call to promote sports and cultural skills in children.
Specifically, registrations are available for circles of interest in music, painting, theater, karate, among other modalities.
In this way, explained Sassone, we help to stimulate in the children skills that contribute to their personal, educational and family formation, for their comprehensive development and at the same time feel proud of being Venezuelan.
The diplomat clarified that the Mi Patria Venezuela Children’s Club is also open to Ecuadorian children who want to develop their talents and learn about Venezuelan culture and identity.
The skills acquired by the hundreds of children participating in different cycles of the project have been seen in recent years in exhibitions, concerts and presentations in Ecuadorian territory.
In this Andean nation, the Venezuelan community amounts to about 500,000 people, according to figures from the Foreign Ministry. For that reason, Venezuelan Consulates promote programs such as this one dedicated to minors, others aimed at education and professional improvement, and even support them through the Return to the Homeland plan if they wish to return to Venezuela.