Oct 1, 2020

COVID 19 SEP REPORT- WE CHANGE!

Whereas children are not the most affected group in terms of health, they are the hidden victims of the pandemic. While they may also become ill, COVID-19 has secondary consequences that affect children, such as social isolation, school closures and living in environments that are not always safe, among others. All these situations affect their education, expose them to violence and have an impact on their mental health. Furthermore, the measures taken to prevent the spread of the virus affect household finances; in particular, those of families with children living in poverty, of vulnerable families living in crowded housing conditions, those that do not have soap and water to wash their hands, and children and adolescents without parental care

Thank you for supporting our and your projects!!!

With your help, not only are we fighting food hunger for more than 12.500 people in Argentina. But we are also creating and developing virtual workshops for adults, music lessons for kids and home schooling for the little ones.

We all have an enormous challenge in front of us: support families with meals and continue giving them education and health care. We must keep on going.

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Aug 10, 2020

JULY REPORT- 60% OF CHILDREN LIVING BELOW POVERTY

Argentina estimates child poverty at 63% by end of 2020.

More than 8 million children and adolescents in Argentina will be living below the poverty line by the end of the year, warns local branch of UN agency.

The shocking poverty impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic will hit children hard. Children are highly vulnerable to even short periods of hunger and malnutrition—potentially affecting them for their whole life. If we act now and decisively, we can prevent and contain the pandemic threat facing the poorest and some of the most vulnerable children. This report should be a wake-up call for the world.

Poverty is not inevitable for children,

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May 27, 2020

MAY

Coronavirus Cases: 13,228 Deaths:492 

Argentina's poorest barrios caught between coronavirus and hunger

The number of infections has exploded. The worrying thing is that it could be impossible to control, this being the kind of place it is, a slum with closed-in streets  

The COVID-19 pandemic exposes in crude terms Argentina's deep socioeconomic fault lines. 

“there is no precedent [for how to handle the virus in the villas] because in Europe and the United States, slums like we have in Argentina and Latin America do not exist.”

Thanks for your support we have delivered 
900 EMERGENCY FOODS BAGS
21.000 VIANDS

 

For more than 5000 persons.

 

TO RELIEVE HUNGERS IS POSSIBLE IF WE WORK TOGETHER

                                            THANK YOU!!!

 
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