Christmas Dinner for Amazonian Children

— Amazon Pueblo

Thank you!

Christmas Dinner for Amazonian Children

— Amazon Pueblo

Thank you!

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Did you know...

In 2013 three-fourths of the children of La Libertad, Colombia ate only one small meal on Christmas day.

How you can help

The indigenous village of La Libertad is located in the Colombian Amazon, along the banks of the Amazon River. Its population is 300 people, including 200 children under 18 years of age. The average wage in La Libertad is under 2 dollars a day. Christmas dinners do not happen. This year we hope to have a delicious, nutritious chicken dinner with mixed vegetables, rice, soup, juice, and cookies.

About this nonprofit

The Amazon Pueblo project supports indigenous communities in the Colombian Amazon. We believe that through sustainable business the villagers will be able to support themselves. We help children and adults to learn, build, and grow their way to a better life.

Check them out at: http://www.amazonpueblo.org

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