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Brasil Potência Esportiva

Ministério do Esporte
by

Dirceu Mattos

on 6 December 2014

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Transcript of Brasil Potência Esportiva

Brasil Reality The Potential
versus
Development MINISTRY OF SPORTS “nothing is indifferent to sports” Partnerships: 300
Centers: 5.400
Beneficiares: 800.000 Programa Mais Educação e Programa Segundo Tempo Schools: 10.000
Beneficiares: 1.000.000 SOCIAL INCLUSION THROUGH SPORTS September 2012 MINISTRY OF SPORTS
SNELIS – NATIONAL SECRETARIAT FOR SPORTS, EDUCATION, LEISURE AND SOCIAL INCLUSION PROTECTION AND SAFEGUARDING IN SPORT
IN BRAZIL
Applying sports as an encouraging social factor for integration, participation and emancipation processes! In Brazil education policies don´t include regular sports practice and school time varies only between the morning or afternoon.

The Policy by the Brazilian Government established guidelines for the use sports for development and social cohesion as a mean of fostering human, economic and social development. DESIGN
This program has been developed for children, adolescents and young adults, starting at six years old, during the off-time of academic activities (3 x a week 2h p/day or 2 x a week 3h p/day)

METHODOLOGY
Uses public and private areas to offer multiple sporting experiences, guided by skilled professionals and with pedagogical basis and suitable sporting educational material, to democratize the access to the practice and culture of educational sports as a way of promoting quality of life, especially for those that are socially vulnerable. Segundo Tempo RESPONSIBILITIES
MINISTRY OF SPORTS RESPONSIBILITIES
PARTNER Continuous PST Pedagogical and
Administrative Follow-up Process
19 Collaborating teams
190 Collaborators Pedagogical and Administrative Follow-up Diversification Strategy
Special Projects:
Adapted sports
University level
Navigation
Indigenous
Quilombolas
Social-Educational Units
Higher Education Institutions – IES
Dissemination of specific sporting activities: chess, tennis ...
Recess during vacation (events) PARTNERSHIPS SCORES:

REACH - 1,7 M Annually
AGE 6 – 17
ANNUAL PROGRAM SPEND - R$ 200 M (approx. U$ 99 M)
NUMBERS OF PARTNERS - 300
Public or non-governmental partnerships and 5.200 public shools Based on Surveys of beneficiaries and their families by Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais IMPACT CHALLENGES Guarantee of the Right to Sports and establishment of a sporting culture;
Moving forward in proposing inter-sectorial policies (mainly those on education and health), with aim at optimizing the investment of public resources and obtaining better outcomes; and
To raise the Program to the level of Educational Sports Technology Development as a means for social inclusion, to be adopted by Municipalities and States, regardless of the transfer of resources by the Ministry of Sports;
Establishing the bridge to connect Major Sporting Events and the policy for development of Educational Sports, taking an effective step forward in democratizing the access to sports amidst the Brazilian population (Social Legacy). Students 06 - 17 (Basic Education) = approx. 45 millions
Reach 1,8 millions = 4%

Municipalities = 5.540
Reach: 1.800 = 30% GOALS UNTIL 2016
EXPAND FROM 1,8 MILLION TO
5 MILLION PARTICIPANTS ANNUALY
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