We work with volunteers of all nationalities and with young graduate students with different academic backgrounds. The aim is to develop social volunteering with children from low-income households with problems linked to education and social development. To take part in the volunteer program, you don't have to be a student or have a job directly related to the social or educational environment. The main criterion is a desire to collaborate, to work and to contribute new ideas. Once a month, we organize outings outside the school so that the children can discover sports such as climbing.
Health being essential, we set up a medical campaign in August 2022 with the help of a group of medical students. Our children have been able to see doctors, dentists and ophthalmologists. Thanks to them, many children no longer have toothache and can see much better.
We know that preserving nature is very important. That's why we work with César, who lives in an animal sanctuary in the heart of the Amazon rainforest, in the Pilocatphe region. Our mission is to care for the animals, feed them, treat them if necessary and, above all, prepare their reintegration into nature..
To help underprivileged children in Cooperar Perú, we organized a fundraising evening. Thanks to it, the children were able to have a Christmas meal, get presents and even go to the cinema.on and at the swimming pool !
To ensure food security, a wonderful group of scouts helped us build ecological, 100% natural kitchens for families to raise awareness and enable them to cook.
Once a month, we organize outings outside the school so that the children can discover sports such as soccer. Once a month, we organize outings outside the school so that the children can discover sports such as soccer.
L’élevage de cochon d’Inde est une pratique courante au Pérou, notamment dans les zones ruralesIt is particularly appreciated for its high protein content and low fat content. However, farming conditions are often not conducive to the proper development of these animals. Our aim is to help the community identify the best environment and nutrition for these animals to thrive. In this way, we combat malnutrition and enable local people to increase their income by selling the surplus.