Every month the Preventive Health Program visits San Pedro, a rural Eastern community of Estelí. The program's coordinator, Gladys Ruiz, gives educational talks to the children and their parents about hygiene. The children receive a toothbrush, toothpaste and anti-parasite medicine.
Some students of Sones Segovianos are going to participate on a concert in Estelí's Municipal Library on September 23th.
Néstor Sarantes, cello students practices for the concert.
On August 24th, 2017 the Domestic Violence Prevention Program visited Estelí's "Casa Materna Luz y Vida" to give a talk about "Sex, sexuality, gender and gender violence" to 18 women. Casa Materna is a temporary hostel caring for expectant mothers, especially from rural areas.
The Superemos Foundation has been supporting the Sinai preschool since 2001. The preschool is situated in a Western barrio of Estelí and attends around 40 children aged from two years old to six years old.
In August 2017 painter and writer Bayardo Gámez from Estelí visited Sones Segovianos. He gave an interactive talk to the students about different painting and drawing styles.
Bayardo Gámez and Hannah Curteis, Sones Segovianos' coordinator.
Every three months Dr. Michelle Henshaw from the Boston University "Henry M. Goldman" School of Dental Medicine visits various preschools in Estelí to apply fluoride varnish on children's teeth and to train local teachers in applying the fluoride varnish.
Once a year Dr. Corinna Culler joins Dr. Michelle Henhaw to evaluate the effect of the fluoride varnish on children's teeth.
Sones Segovianos' new dance teacher María Celina Chavarría started this semester. She teaches classical ballet as well as Latin rhythms and other international styles.
María Celina Chavarría, dance teacher.
Sones Segovianos offers painting classes to children from 4 years on wards, adolescents and adults.
In August 2017 Allan Parrales, member of the cooperative, made a mural.
The mural was part of the creation of a documentary by Actuality Media about the Estelí Women's School, and reflects the meeting of two friends: a student and an alumna of the Estelí Women's School.