Women and children most vulnerable during the Pandemic
By Juan Manuel Rosas Raffo - Director of Program
Women in the community of Cerro La pradera have been more vulnerable to job loss during the Pandemic.
Here in the community we have 140 famlies at present and 75% of the adults of these famlilies are without a job.
The consequences of quarantine have left many famliies here still without a decent roof and house, living in poor settlements. Older adults are really suffering because of this.
It is our hope that you will help us to provide a solution with your donation for the supplies, equipment needed to build their houses for these group of economically disadvanted individuals and families.
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