Remar Bolivia starts the year with new projects

Remar Bolivia continues to move forward with new projects which it develops to benefit the most vulnerable, neediest areas of the country, starting the year with new challenges.

 

The inauguration of the Project: “Influence good eating habits in young people in rehabilitation process in the center of Remar in the Municipality of Viacha”

 

This project has consisted on the renovation of the kitchen and solar tents of the Remar home in the Municipality of Viacha, aimed at the rehabilitation and restoration of men with drug or alcohol addiction problems. In addition, kitchen utensils and cookware have been purchased; all of this has permitted to improve the diet and the quality of life of the people in the center.

 

This project was made possible thanks to the funding of ICCO Cooperation, a foundation present in several Latin American countries, who are dedicated to support different projects by financing projects of other charitable entities such as Remar, contributing to the reduction of poverty and inequality, ensuring a sustainable livelihoods.

 

Remar Bolivia continues to move forward with new projects developed to benefit the most vulnerable people.

Another project being developed is the Soup Kitchen in Santa Cruz. We continue our work at the soup kitchen for children in the municipality of Cotoca. Cotoca is a small town and a municipality of Bolivia located in the province of Andrés Ibáñez of the department of Santa Cruz. Children from the most vulnerable families in the area attend this Soup Kitchen. We don’t only give food for the body, but mainly spiritual food, teaching them about the love of the Lord, sharing with them the grace to love their neighbor. We give them words of encouragement and a message of hope.

 

During Christmas time, in the municipality of Pazña, belonging to Oruro, and also in the municipality of Viacha, we distributed toys to the children of the community, who received their gifts with joy and a smile on their faces.

 

We have learned to share and to give; for all that we have comes from God.

 

“Heal those who are ill, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give.” Matthew 10.8

 

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