Last Tuesday (8), SINOBRAS donated computer equipment for the Jiu-jitsu Pedagogical Project carried out by the 34th Battalion of the Military Police. With the objective of supporting the citizenship education of children and teenagers in the municipality of Marabá, the company continues to promote sport with the State Military Police.
In February of this year, SINOBRAS donated tatami mats and kimonos to the project, which will add fundamental values for children and teenagers from 8 to 15 years old, contributing to their maturation through sport. Now, the company has donated computer equipment, which will be used in the administrative part of the program.
Ian Correa, vice president of operations at Grupo Aço Cearense, of which SINOBRAS is a part, said that partnerships like this one contribute to a better society, in addition to strengthening institutional relations. “We know that many children live in idleness and sport plays a fundamental role in their physical, social and emotional improvement. For us, it is always a pleasure to assist programs that provide benefits for the development of these young people”.
The project is in the structuring phase and is waiting for the safest moment, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, to start activities.