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Let's make it happen! #PowerLunchInPeru

by Nexos Comunitarios
Let's make it happen! #PowerLunchInPeru
Aug 2, 2019


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Queridas y queridos donantes,

Desde hace algunos días, hemos empezado las vacaciones de medio año en la Escuela Multigrados de Cuncani. Y queríamos tomarnos el tiempo de contarles que hasta la fecha, hemos entregado 4080 almuerzos entre los 68 niños y niñas de Cuncani. Queremos agradecer por todas sus donaciones. Gracias a ellas, las niñas y niños de Cuncani pueden alimentarse diariamente durante la etapa escolar.

Hace unas semanas el Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD) y la Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) publicaron los datos del Índice de Pobreza Multidimensional (IPM) global para el año 2019, que recoge la comparación entre los años 2006 y 2012 (no los datos actuales). Según ellos, el Perú ha sido reconocido como el país que más ha reducido la pobreza multidimensional en la última década.  Así como todas y todos, hemos recibido esta noticia con mucho agrado. Sin embargo, queremos compartir este artículo que nos explica más sobre este indicador global y cómo debemos entenderlo dentro de nuestro contexto.  

Aún nos quedan 4 meses más para terminar el año y una meta aún grande por alcanzar. ¡No dejen de compartir nuestro proyecto entre sus amig@s y familiares! Y si pueden, no dejen de contribuir con la alimentación de las niñas y niños de Cuncani.


Nexos Comunitarios


Dear donors,

Few days ago, children at the school started their vacations. We want to share with you that so far, we have delivered 4080 lunches among the 68 children of the school of Cuncani. We are very grateful for your donations. Thanks to them, girls and boy of the community of Cuncani are eating nutritious meals while they go to school.

A couple of weeks ago, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) published the results of the Multidimensional Poverty Index 2019. This data is the result of comparing the data between 2006 and 2012 (not the current one). According to the results, Peru has been recognized as the country that has reduced poverty the most during the last decade.  As all Peruvians, we are pleased with the results. However, we want to share with you this article which explains more about this global indicator and how we should understand within our context.  

We still have 4 months to finish the year and we have a goal to accomplish. Please, don't stop sharing our fundraiser among your friends and family. And if you can, keep making donations to our Lunch Program!

With gratitude,

Nexos Comunitarios

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Nexos Comunitarios

Location: Lima - Peru
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Twitter: @NexosCom
Project Leader:
Maricarmen Valdivieso
Lima, Peru
$4,468 raised of $11,000 goal
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