Through kindergarten, CRAN provides comprehensive care service for children with families of high socio-economic fragility. The model seeks to articulate the family intervention to prevent conditions that can lead into situations of violations of children rights.

In addition, children receive 70% of daily nutrition and their families have access to advocacy and preventative health. The pedagogical model hosted by CRAN is based on constructivism, therefore it works by corners and classroom projects with the following objectives:

  • Development of emotional, social and cognitive skills in children
  • Strengthened families and community links
  • Promotion of personal and professional growth

Structural programs

These programs organize learning, knowledge generation and dissemination of experience from CRAN, needed to improve their performance and appropriate to extend the impact of institutional performance model in childhood comprehensive protection.

The structural management programs of restoration and guarantee of rights and prevention to generate processes and models to replicate and scale CRAN best practices in creating a better environment for children.


Through projects, CRAN addresses specific problems that affect the conditions of early childhood and its local, national and international levels, that require priority attention to improve performance or to influence the agencies that may change these conditions. In turn, this area of ​​work promotes strategic alliances to create collaborative spaces with greater impact.