We support the most vulnerable population
The Republic of Paraguay is, together with Bolivia, the only landlocked country in South America. It is, however, crossed by the navigable rivers Paraguay and Paraná, which offer an exit to the Atlantic Ocean. With a marked indigenous character, both Spanish and Guaraní are considered official languages and almost all of its seven million inhabitants can speak both.
In an environment of extreme poverty, children are the ones who suffer the most. Fundación ALDA ooffers an education to children in vulnerable circumstances in San Miguel de Guarambaré, Paraguay, and improvements in eating habits for the whole community in order to enhance their overall development.
The Social Sports School “Real Itaguá” project seeks to provide training in values and is geared towards sports practice as a way of boosting personal, family and community development.
The Fundación de ayuda al niño y adolescente con cáncer y leucemia (helping children and teenagers with cancer and leukemia (ASOLEU)) works to provide parents with extra support to help them look after their children.
Misión para la Educación y el Deporte (Mission for Education and Sports) creates a school for the children and young people of Lambaré
The school offers quality education for schoolchildren and high school graduates, knowledge in trades with an easy access to the community’s work force and health services. All round development support to the people is key and is based on health, education and sporting, educational and responsible leisure activities.