While informal settlements currently house over a billion of the global population, this project is situated in Caracas, the capital cityof Venezuela. Caracas has a population of over 3 million inhabitants of which half of that population lives in spontaneous settlements that face disproportionately higher levels of violence, marginalization, lack of basic services, poverty, and low education levels. How can the living conditions of these communities be improved? While the solutions are multifold, this project takes on a spatial response to the issue of violence in informal settlements. Specifically, spatial interventions in the public realm targeting children’s social and physical safety to reduce the risk factors that force children into criminal activities as their only means of survival. These spatial interventions arepresented as a toolkit consisting of typological interventions of different scales (S, M, L, XL) in the following categories; Food security, recreation, mobility, and childcare.