Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT

by Friends of Ninos de Guatemala
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Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
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Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT

Project Report | May 18, 2022
A new beginning

By Julia Guzman | Communication Coordinator

Our students are finally allowed to come back to their classrooms in a hybrid mode which even though is not going back to normal, is a new opportunity for new beginnings. They will work in small groups or bubbles and with the Covid restrictions. Breaking the Cycle of Poverty has been helpful to operate and maintain our three schools running, which benefits the 550 students of Niños de Guatemala. 

 

Since the beginning of the pandemic your donations have helped us continue giving education even though we could not have them in their classrooms. By using google classrooms, meet calls and worksheets we were able to keep looking for a better future. 

 

Now that we are adjusting to our new normal, you have helped us prepare and receive our students with open doors. By having the resources to implement bubbles and having all the supplies to reduce the spread of covid-19 our kids can go back to school.

 

Thanks to your support we have been able to continue pursuing a better education with healthy snacks and with our kids back in classes. AtNDG we know that a full stomach implies a full concentration for classes and that's why we are always looking for ways to provide healthy food for all our students.

 

We invite you to keep donating to this causeand our doors are open for you, so youcan come and seethe impact of your support. You can also follow our projects and activities at our social media networks andyou can get involved in one of our amazing tours, Spanish classes, Sponsorship programs and our various ways you can contribute to Niños de Guatemala.

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Friends of Ninos de Guatemala

Location: Ciudad Vieja, Sacatapequez - Guatemala
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Niños de Guatemala
Antigua Guatemala , Sacatepequez Guatemala

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