The GOD'S CHILD Project

The GOD'S CHILD Project mission is "to break the bitter chains of poverty through education and formation." While GOD'S CHILD is rooted in education, we aim to support the communities we serve at every level of development. Through our wide range of programs, we help children and families living in extreme poverty to meet their basic needs and find a restored sense of hope, self-worth and human dignity.
Oct 7, 2014

Her mother sold her for drugs

She comes from a disintegrated family.  Her father abandoned her when she was born and her mother is an alcoholic and drug addict.  Neither of them pay her any attention.

 

She has been part of Asociación Nuestros Ahijados for two years.  She used to have a normal life, attending school every day and her mother was taking care of her.  She was living with her mother but at the beginning of 2014 the mother started to drink again, at first it was not much, but little by little this situation got worse and she lost her job.

 

Since then, her mother started to work in the streets and consuming drugs.  Because of that she wasn’t taking care of the little girl, because of her addiction and lack of money.  She was spending everything she had on her addiction.  She even tried to sell her daughter, so she could have some more money to purchase the drugs.  The government’s child support system had to step in and prevent this from going further.  We also stepped in with our lawyer to keep the child safe. 

 

Since then, Asociación Nuestros Ahijados is committed to taking care of the little girl.   We won the case in court to have her live with her aunt and always under the care of the Asociación.  Now she is one of the best students in the class and she would like to be a doctor when she grows up.  We plan to help her reach this dream. 

Oct 7, 2014

A house for eight brothers

At the age of 23, this young man is the head of his house. He lives with his mother and 8 siblings.  Their living conditions aren’t good at all.  In fact they are terrible!  Their house is made of sugarcane walls, a mud floor and a tin roof.  The father abandoned their house because he decided to have a relationship with another woman.  This is one of the reasons why the family can’t succeed economically.  They can barely eat three meals a day and they don’t have access to clean water.  The family works hard to improve their life unfortunately they are unable to break out of poverty because they are a large family. 

 

Thanks to the support and help from AsociaciónNuestrosAhijados in El Salvador the children can now go to school and have a better chance at a descent future.  Education changes a life.  We believe this and this is why we have to help children achieve their goals.  Because we understand that children who are better fed learn more we provide them with a monthly basket of food that includes basic grains, sugar, pastas and a personal hygiene kit.

 

Because we know the desperate situation of this family Asociación Nuestros Ahijados, has also supported them in building a new house, so they could have a safe place to live.  Everyone should and deserves to be in a better home and in a safer environment.  This referring to the eight children in this family that we help.  All the children have been constant in school, been mindful of how important it is to learn every day and this due to the follow up of our social workers department.  We wish we could do more. 

 

The oldest boy is studying during the weekends because he spends the entire week working hard to support his family.

 

The entire family is grateful but specifically this young man.  We are trying to change his life and believe that we can do this through education.  We hope and want to keep his dreams alive so he can break out of poverty and help his family do the same.

Aug 13, 2014

A House for the Homeless

 

He is a hard working man.  He fights for his family.

He was raised in Alotenango and since he was a child he dreamed of becoming a professional and giving his family the kind of opportunity he never had.  As a child, his parents sent him to work so he had to stop attending school.  This wa a huge limitation for him in his development.  He only made it to fourth grade.  

When he grew up he married his wife who was also from a very poor family and didn't have a proper education.  She had stopped going to school because her parents thought that girls needed to stay home and work.

Both of them became agriculturers and worked the land.  They were never payed sufficient and always struggled to get food and other basic needs.

They currently live in a house that is made of sugar cane walls, a tin roof and a mud floor.  It is not a home that they are proud of and everytime it rains they get completely wet inside the house.  The children in the house are getting sick all the time because of these adverse living conditions.  This is why we need to help this family to achive their dream of owning their own home.  A basic home that will keep them out of the cold and out of the rain.  A home where they will not be getting sick as often and have a life that is more dignified  

 

Please help us help build a house for this family.

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