Palma / Felipe VI, Mrs. Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía, who continues to use a crutch after the blow to one knee last Sunday, for which they had to practice five stitches, visited the Son Roca neighborhood , one of the most humble and vulnerable in Palma.
There they have visited the Naüm socio-educational project, which has been working for twenty years to promote social inclusion and the integral growth of children, adolescents, young people and their families in this neighborhood.
The members of the royal family were received with the applause of several dozen people who welcomed them with “live” and flags of Spain and alive, and there they greeted the authorities who were waiting for them, the president of the Balearic Islands, Francina Armengol, and the Minister of Education, Isabel Celáa, as well as those responsible for the project, including its director, Margalida Jordá.
The kings and their daughters, protected with masks, toured the centre’s premises and met with several of their representatives, volunteers, and some young people who participate in the various programs; They met with several dozen of these young people in the courtyard of the center, where they posed together for a photo and talked with them.
In that photograph, Don Felipe and Doña Letizia gave prominence to their daughters, who were placed in the front row next to the director of the project and several of the boys treated in it, while they were placed in the background.
The Naüm Son Roca project has more than 850 direct beneficiaries and during confinement due to the coronavirus pandemic it has promoted initiatives to minimize the impact of the digital divide on the school performance of minors.
Eva Planelles, technical director of the entity sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of San Vicente de Paúl, explained to the journalists that they carry out a socio-educational task with the minors of Son Roca and during the summer they are assisting 120.
She has commented that the social situation in this neighborhood and others in Palma has worsened considerably due to the coronavirus pandemic and they have increased their attention to overcome the crisis by helping to process the minimum vital income or referring people to food banks.
Planelles thanked the kings and their daughters for visiting a neighborhood that she considered “stigmatized” because it allowed them to give visibility to their situation.
As she explained, the kings have been interested in the situation of the families, some details of their work and how they have affected the consequences of the coronavirus.
“Seeing the kings has been amazing,” commented one of the boys who chatted with them and who said that they had asked the princess and the infanta what they were going to study in the future and concluded that “they are still not clear about it. “because they have been told that they liked science, economics and law very much. (11 August 2020, EFE / PracticaEspañol)
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un golpe que se dio la infanta Sofía en la rodilla.
una visita de los reyes de España y de sus hijas a un barrio de Palma de Mallorca
cómo es la situación de un barrio de Palma de Mallorca desde que comenzó la pandemia del coronavirus.
en el barrio de Son Roca viven personas adineradas.
la princesa Leonor y la infanta Sofía no llegaron a visitar las instalaciones del proyecto Naüm Son Roca.
los reyes y sus hijas fueron muy bien recibidos cuando llegaron a ese barrio.
el proyecto Naüm Son Roca impulsa la inclusión social de los niños y sus familias de esa barriada.
el proyecto Naüm Son Roca está actualmente atendiendo este verano a más de un millar de menores.
el proyecto Naüm Son Roca comenzó a ayudar a los vecinos de esa barriada hace un par de años.
la situación de los vecinos de ese barrio no ha empeorado a causa del coronavirus.
uno de los chicos que están ese centro dijo que no pudieron hablar con las hijas de los reyes.
tanto los reyes como sus hijas llevaban la mascarilla puesta cuando estuvieron recorriendo ese centro.
proteger los ojos de los rayos solares.
ayudar a una persona a caminar.
coger un objeto que está un poco lejos de donde nos encontramos.
algo no te ha gustado mucho.
algo es genial o extraordinario.
algo no tiene nada de especial.
"en otro momento".
las dificultades que tiene alguien para hacer algo.
las personas que todavía son menores de edad.
los detalles concretos y particulares de algo.