Why do we exist
More than 50 per cent of students who enter college in Brazil drop out of courses before graduating, according to the 13th edition of the Map of Higher Education in Brazil. Dropout is higher in private institutions (59%), but the number is high even among public institutions (40.3%).
We exist to strengthen the inclusion of communication students from low-income families in universities and the job market, contributing to the reduction of social inequalities.
We prioritize the inclusion of black women and LGBTQIA+ people.
In addition to looking for results such as staying at university and entering the job market, Instituto Repartir measures impacts on the personal, family, academic and social lives of these young people and the increase in their financial income.
Through our Purpose, we are committed to SDG 10, the UN Sustainable Development Goal.