"When I found out that SNSI was going to come to my house, I felt so excited, because I thought nothing was going to happen during the pandemic. Before the pandemic I was planning with my friend everything we were going to do [at camp] this year, now we can’t wait to see what’s in the box."
"I liked the camp, I proudly attended all 4 years from 9 to 12 years old and next year I’d like to be a volunteer."
"For me (they) are doing a good job, because they are guiding and motivating the girls to care for themselves and stick to their education; they give them really helpful advice."
"It is good for parents and children to share activities. It is a way to get to know each other better and to know what and how your child thinks, what her concerns and fears are, what makes her happy."
"A very good experience for all the girls; [Baby, think on it] helped them think things through before acting, and realize that they are still too young to take care of another child."
"In addition to the fact that we are important people for society, we also have rights and should put into practice our values."
"For me, part of the DNA of the camp is creativity, flexibility and adaptability to the girls, their emotions, their interests and needs. This year  we are facing a completely different situation, but I know that as we work as a team we will be able to accompany them from a distance."
"Participating in Soy niña, soy importante has surprised me, even surpassed my expectations. The program is so comprehensive, we work across different areas, but in the end we attack the same problem, which is self-esteem, the sexual health of the girls and that they grow up knowing that they are capable of achieving whatever they desire."
"One of my goals as a volunteer is to empower girls to strive, to have healthy self-esteem, to love themselves, to value themselves, to accept themselves as they are, so that together we give them the tools they need to be an empowered woman in the future."
"I think this is a time that positively marks the lives of these girls, because in this place they not only play, do fun activities, but it is also a place where they receive and feel love, good guidance, appreciated and valued and really important."
"We (my teammates and I) need the camp, to navigate our innocence and recharge ourselves with love, to be better, to be a role model, to burst that bubble that we carry a lot of times."
"This experience marked me in a profound way. I understood that we have the power in our hands as women and society in general to love each other. I understood that if I walk empowered with my dark skin and afro and curly hair, they can do the same by reflecting me.”
"What I enjoy most is the smile of each princess and seeing how their eyes sparkle full of hope."
"Having a life project is a kind of spark that fuels the fire, the purpose and the passion to achieve a goal, a profession. When we support a girl, who will later become a woman in society, we are opening a channel to help her entire family."