Our education program aims at improving skills thru the following components:

15

Teachers trained

to use Tablets

 

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6

Interactive

libraries

 

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141

Tablets

with the RazPlus software

 

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2

Carpentry

workshop

 

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6

School

Bio-gardens

 

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Our projects increase the access to health,through the following components:

1

A child nutrition program

with two nutritionists

 

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2

Doctors

at health posts

 

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5

Medical

campaigns

 

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1

Mobile Health unit

Opening September 28

 

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With the program of economic development we teach people new activities that will help them to increase their incomes .

2

Textile workshops

called Knitting hope

 

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22

Strawberry fields

to improve income

 

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1

Bakery

Workshop

With the housing program we work to improve these conditions through the following components.

478

Improved

cookstoves

 

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37

Solar panels

were installed in houses

 

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10

Roofs

were installed in homes  

 

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Knitting Hope is a civil non-profit association member of  Misión Huascarán. We empower rural women from small villages at the foothills of the Huascarán mountain (at 11482 f.a.s.l) so they are able to generate extra income to help maintain their households and improve their living conditions.

Currently, we have a workshop in Ushno and a second one in Congar.

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