Fundación ALDA runs a project to improve the developmental levels of 150 children from 2 to 14 years old in three settlements in Guambaré, Paraguay.
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.
The Misión para la Educación y el Deporte organization has created a model school for boys and girls, offering them quality education and vocational guidance, in addition to providing medical attention to residents of the community.
The “Real Itaguá” “Social Sports School project in Paraguay aims to contribute to providing a comprehensive education for vulnerable children and adolescents through preventive and educational action.
Fundacion Alda is working to improve the development of poverty-stricken boys and girls aged 2-14 years living in 3 settlements in Guarambé, Paraguay.
The Fundación de Ayuda al Niño/a y Adolescente con Cáncer y Leucemia (ASOLEU), is carrying out the Solí Home project to provide lodging, education and psycho-oncological support to the patients and their families.
ASOLEU provides comprehensive treatment to 200 minors from birth to 18 years of age and their families, who find themselves in an unstable economic situation. At the Hogar Solí they receive food and lodging and tutoring, as well as psycho-oncological support.
The Fundacion Alda provides comprehensive education and covers the basic needs of 130 boys and girls under 14 years of age who find themselves in situations of extreme poverty. It also trains their mothers, fathers and tutors through development workshops.