Piecitos in Peru
841 piecitos colorados in 6 schools in Cusco, Jauja, Lima, Puno, Piura y Arequipa.
Incorporated in 2011, 178 children are taught there.
Initial situation: The school did not have enough classrooms to serve the students, the hygienic services and the kitchen were damaged. Absence of outdoor spaces to promote sports activities
Incorporated in 2016, 300 children are taught in Lima.
Initial situation: The secondary level classrooms were all drywall. They did not have a playground or computer room.
Incorporated in 2017, 49 children are taught in Puno.
Initial situation: The initial level was a tripley booth with calamine roofs. The toilets were silos with calamine walls. The classrooms of the primary level are adobe coated which produces a thermal sensation below 10 degrees. The primary level bathrooms were in poor condition.
Incorporated in 2017, 161 children are taught in Piura
Initial situation: The infrastructure was very damaged and did not have the electricity service. They lacked educational furniture and had a dining room / kitchen in poor condition, with a calamine roof.
Incorporada en 2019 educates 52 children
Initial situation: The school operates with multi-grade classrooms at the primary level and lacks classrooms for the secondary level. Classroom division is made with drywall material, which causes voice interference and attention and learning difficulties in students. Hygienic services require an infrastructure improvement. It does not have a computer room or library, in addition to lacking educational furniture.
Incorporated in 2019, educates 101 children
Initial situation: The school has classrooms of noble material and at the initial level, prefabricated classrooms with a calamine roof. Although it has differentiated bathrooms, they need an infrastructure improvement starting with the roofs. They require educational equipment for the maintenance of books and for the school's computer classroom.