What Do We Do
Our work is aimed at supporting extremely poor, unequal and vulnerable people in the human settlements of Lima and the high Andean communities of Huanta, Ayacucho, Andahuaylas, Huancavelica and Cusco; also in the AAHH of La Libertad and Lambayeque.
In the short term, that is, in the first year from September 2020 to September 2021, we estimate to serve approximately 35,000 families, that is, 200,000 people.
Likewise, we have set ourselves medium and long-term goals to be present in the different geographical areas of Peru, especially in the “Andean Trapezoid” of Apurímac, Ayacucho and Huancavelica, which is the area of greatest extreme poverty in Peru; Likewise, Cusco is also included, counting on the support of volunteers who live and know those places where the Institution has a presence, to efficiently achieve our goals progressively. We hope to have more sponsors, collaborators and volunteers, who will make our goals possible.
For now, we are promoting assistance in:
We provide help in food security, for a healthy balanced diet with nutrients for children and the elderly.
Delivery of medicines to disabled elderly and malnourished children. Medicines for the elderly that it is impossible to acquire due to their high cost. Orientation to good personal and home hygiene, providing them with sanitary products.
We are reaching for coats such as headbands, sweaters and hats for the intense cold in the different areas of the mountains and high areas of Lima.
We develop technical training in trades that help the inhabitants of the communities achieve their own economic income and self-support.
We provide assistance to mitigate the effects of natural disasters.