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Tausende honduranische Kinder leben in extremer Armut. Gemäss Angaben der Weltbank ist Honduras eines der ärmsten Länder der Welt. Die Folgen der Armut sind beispielsweise fehlender Zugang zu Gesundheit, Bildung und Ernährung sowie sexuelle Übergriffe auf Mädchen und Knaben. In einer Welt, in der der Alltag vom Kampf ums Überleben gezeichnet ist, wird dies weitgehend akzeptiert. Deshalb gehen aus den Misshandlungen auch selten Anklagen hervor.

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It was time again… We escaped the 40°C hot San Pedro Sula and went to Santa Rosa de Copán for a week with all the children. But also in the city we had undertaken all kinds of activities and also received a visit from a sponsor.

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Our foundation does not only support the children's home "Yo Quiero Ser..." in San Pedro Sula for several years, but has also settled in the department of Copán. In this issue of our newsletter we would like to give an overview of the other projects.

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We were able to put our new school and community room into operation. Before the new school year had begun, a few children could participate in a camp. The local newspaper published a portrait and the dentist has carried out an extensive check-up of all children.

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Where am I? Where am I going? Sometimes it is useful to pause for a moment and analyse your current life situation. We wanted to know from our children how they would answer such questions. They therefore received a questionnaire from us. This newsletter is about analysing the answers.

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The school year is over and the long holidays are coming up. Our children proudly received their good school reports. We had to say goodbye to Yaxel, Hostin and Elvin and had an unexpected birth in our home. We also got a new kitchen and celebrated Christmas together.

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Die Kinder, Jugendliche und Ausgebildete vom «Yo Quiero Ser...» bedanken sich bei allen Spenderinnen und Spendern ganz herzlich für ihre grosszügigie Unterstützung.

 

Muchisimas gracias por todo!

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I, Anita 26, have been a volunteer in the "Yo quiero ser..." for four weeks now. In this newsletter I will tell you how I experience everyday life in the children's home.

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This October we are talking about the current wave of refugees to the USA. Seven of the oldest children received their confirmation before we all went on our holiday together in Santa Rosa de Copán. In the end there was an unexpected, but hoped for encounter.

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We celebrated the "Dia del Niño", the children's day and received a visit from Aguas Ocaña, the former Honduran First Lady. Despite this happy event, it was an emotionally challanging month for everyone. Ariana lost the fight against her disease and we had to say goodbye to her. Although she has left the earth, she will still live on in our hearts... The oppressive atmosphere of grief was still felt in the home eventhough are family grew again by two newborns.

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In this newsletter I share my impressions of my visit to the children's home "yo quiero ser ..." with you, dear readers and faithful companions.

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Also this year the national painting competition of more than 50 children's homes from Honduras was on the program. This time with the motto "God created the world and looks at it". Once again, our children have put a lot of effort into it. And behold, the time spent was worth it!

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