1st Gastronomic Contest "Cooking with love, we say no to anemia"


As part of our nutrition program, our team of nutritionists organized the 1st Gastronomic Contest "Cooking with love, we say no to anemia".


This contest was held on November 15th in the schools of Yanamito and Congar, with the objective to motivate children’s mothers to prepare dishes rich in iron...

Mission Huascarán and the Food Bank together for the people of Mancos


As part of our campaigns to support the neediest villagers in Áncash, Misión Huascarán and the Food Bank delivered products of great help to the villagers...

Mission Huascarán’s second medical campaign


On November 8-10, Mission Huascarán with the support of the NGO Meraki, developed its second medical campaign of the year. Meraki, is an NGO that supplied 5 excellent doctors to execute the campaign.   Through our campaign we attended villagers of 7 towns: Huashcao, Armapanpa, Mamapampa, Yauyo, Pisca, Ushno and Queruran, many of whom did not receive medical attention for years...

New doctor present in the medical post of Tingua


At the beginning of November, Mission Huascarán together with municipality of Mancos hired a new doctor for the medical post of Tingua...

Naeem Khan, the famous international designer, visited Misión Huascarán!


In October, the international designer Naeem Khan, who is a renowned fashion designer and his team had the opportunity to know our beautiful work and visit our projects...

Inauguration of our new carpentry workshop!


Few students under our area of influence have the opportunities of accessing a higher education. We want to teach them the necessary tools and skills that will allow them to have a better future by improving their employment possibilities...

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Magdalena Leandro

Ushno, Ancash 3650 m.a.s.l.

"One year ago, a volunteer from Misión Huascarán arrived and saw us knitting at the door of my house, she asked me if we did that frequently and I said yes. She organized us, brought us wool and we started weaving hats to send them to Lima. Then they brought us more wool of better quality and trained us in new techniques of fabrics and finishes. The group grew and now we are 15 weavers. I know that our hats are sold in Lima in important stores. With my earnings, I have been able to buy school supplies for my daughter and I have also bought chicks. I sold my chicks and now I have bought more. "

Joseph Garay

Cacchupampa, Ancash 3420 m.a.s.l.

"In my school, sometimes we don’t have many books. Some kids stop going to school because they do not have school supplies or they are sick. Their parents sometimes do not have enough money to heal them. My dream is to keep studying and have many books and stories. Since the Misión Huascarán arrived, we can come to the Mission Center to play, listen to mass and do catechesis.”

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