Families living in extreme poverty are forced to survive on garbage dumps due to high unemployment, lack of education, and gang violence. As a result, children in these families are at risk of prenatal abuse, malnutrition, acute diseases, domestic violence, family disintegration, and various forms of abuse, including psychological, sexual, and physical abuse. These conditions can lead to persistent brain damage and learning and personality disorders. Grace is dedicated to addressing these issues
By donating to this project, you are helping Grace Honduras to change the lives of more than 107 families, comprising 200 students, who live and work in the trash dumps of Honduras. Our comprehensive approach addresses their needs by building a school, offering scholarships, creating micro-businesses, providing nutritional, medical, dental, and family planning programs, psychological support, recreational activities, house construction, and settlement programs.
Your donation will have a long-term impact that will: - End child exploitation by providing care for babies from a young age. - Improve overall health by providing proper nutrition, medical and dental care. - Prevent gang recruitment by providing safe alternatives for youth. - Provide job opportunities and education for better-paying and safe jobs. - Educate from a young age to form new professionals and break the cycle of poverty. - Teach emotional resilience to help families cope with trauma.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).