Poverty in certain communities living in Belize and Toledo North is one of the elements contributing to the development of children in these areas, taking into account that 50% of the country's population is made up of boys, girls and young.
Given this reality, the programs help children working in 10 different lines of action: strengthening the family economy, health and hygiene, preschool, childhood as one of the main assets of society, children vulnerable, education, community development, environment, global warming and climate change, and farmers' clubs.
Thus, food security, crop diversification, livestock revolving loans, combating HIV / AIDS through education and information campaigns, setting up schools and women's empowerment are key. In 2013, a total of 6,000 families participated in this project.
Among the actions carried out planting 12,500 trees and enrollment of more than 1,600 children in pre-schools appear, while 582 people have undergone the test of HIV / AIDS
2012-2014 Total Cost of the project: € 73,843