Everything is hectic, challenging and fun with Project Peru both in the UK and in Peru. But the children are as always making the most of the library and the varied workshops,
from music to football and much more, and many of them enjoy helping in the kitchen garden, with the ducks or with painting and occasional building projects.... and as always some are very enthusiastic about cooking, crafts and 'cosmetologia'. Skills are vital in the struggle to break the circle of poverty as is education and everything is very positive with the children's studies. We are over the moon that several of the older children now studying at university come back to our refuge to share life and help out in practical ways.
Below are some photos of different distributions of goods from our latest cargo we ship from the UK: walking frames, walking sticks and wheelchairs and more to a group of isolated older people in the area of Ayacucho - and clothes, blankets, shoes to marginalised shanty town communities just near our Casa Hogar, our refuge.
Also Karina and Josue are responding to a request for help from 200 children living in isolated villages in the Andes high above Piura. They will take everything from school materials to soap, blankets clothes and toys and much more, all from our cargo.
Our kitchen garden is fantastic... it's the yuca/cassava season now and the fruit trees are finally bearing fruit! By the way our duck project is flourishing and self sufficient!
Without your support we would no longer be able to go on helping those living in extreme poverty... a huge and heartfelt thank you; your help makes a real difference.
Thinking of you with thanks and warmest wishes,
Carole, David y la familia Proyecto Perú
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Call: 01483 576093
or speak to Anne Naysmith at St. Joseph's Church