We continue to bring help to programs and schools in our network, and we’d like to share the progress of the last 2 months.
- BREAKFAST AND FOOD PROGRAM - DELIVERY OF ITEMS FOR SCHOOLS AND FOOD PROGRAMS IN SEVERAL AREAS OF THE COUNTRY.
We’ve restarted food shipments for breakfast and / or lunch to the following schools. For many schools, this is the only food children receive on a daily basis.
- School # 905 Paraje Picada Guarani, El Soberbio, Misiones Number of Children: 246
- Aldea Ygua Porá Satellite Classroom
- Aldea Caramelito Satellite Classroom
- Aldea Chafariz Satellite Classroom Kindergarten
Director in charge: Diego Carballo
- School Guillermo Donaire #373/01 El Soberbio, Paraje El Botón Misiones Number of Children: 30
- Director in charge: Osvaldo Bordon
- Schools in Pampa del Indio and Pampa Chica, Province of Chaco Number of Children: 420
- School # 239 “Pedro Inchauspe”, Paraje Pampa Chica, Director: Mirta Ojeda
- School # 916, El Gramillar, Pampa del Indio, Chaco, Director: Valentina Sanchez
- School. # 395 Pampa del Indio, Chaco, Director: Elias Jovanovich
- School # 1015, Pampa del Indio, Chaco, Director: Nancy Aguirre
- School # 616, Paraje El Salvaje, Pampa del Indio. Principal: Nancy Galeano
- School # 371 "Ernesto Ocampo", Villa Berthet. Director: Marcelo Petrak
- Soup kitchens in Ushuaia and Buenos Aires:The Pequeños Pasos Foundation intensified the delivery of food and nutritional support and training continued via Zoom.
- Soup kitchens in Salta and Santa Fe: the Sai Foundation continued distributing food, without interruption in pandemic times (when allowed), healthy snacks have been combined with educational activities on Human Values and the distribution of clothing and footwear.
- INTEGRAL FARM PROJECT “DON JOSE CORIA” AT SCHOOL # 371 "ERNESTO OCAMPO", VILLA BERTHET. Director: Marcelo Petrak
Construction for the integral farm has begun; this farm will help generate the necessary elements for the school kitchen and dining hall. Any leftovers will be sold among parents, neighbors and the local market in order for the school to achieve economic independence. The goal is to raise hens and chickens, ducks, turkeys, pigs, goats, sheep, dairy cows and the production of compost. We anticipate the inauguration of the farm to happen during the month of August.
FANDA PROJECT FOR DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING: We delivered 180 batteries for children with hearing loss at the FANDA Foundation, serving children in low income families.
As always, thank you very much for the constant support because without it we would not be able to carry out any of the projects we are currently working on.
Sumando Manos Foundation