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The corona crisis is also changing the way schools teach here in Honduras. Unfortunately, many children are not able to participate in the digital form of learning. I would therefore like to take a closer look at this problem.

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Taxi and bus drivers declare a state of emergency. Social distancing is a problem for many families. Mother's Day was different than usual.

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The measures taken to stem the spread of the new coronavirus have dramatically increased the already existing poverty and starvation in the country. We were able to isolate ourselves from the outside world in the children's home and are currently coping well with the situation.

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Honduras had previously been spared the novel coronavirus but suddenly everything developed very quickly.

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In February we received a visit from Gerard and Teresa. This month the new school year has started and Patrica's commitment was recognized by the Rotary Club.

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We witnessed a miracle, had our annual health check, went hiking and eating fish with "Tat", "Tatta" and Karin. The children were then allowed to participate in the weekly camps of ROOM.

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A heartfelt thank you!

Happy holidays and all the best for the coming year!

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We received a very special visit in August. Patricia travelled to Switzerland and was surprised when she returned. The older girls visited a hotel for the first time and were amazed by the amenities.

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This month it's about a kidnapped child who was found and was brought to us, our participation in the meeting of all the orphanages from San Pedro Sula and the great visits we were blessed.

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In addition to the care of the children and young people in the children's home "Yo Quiero Ser..." and the projects in Santa Rosa de Copán (see newsletter March), the foundation has other social projects in which it supports those in need.

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Thousands of Honduran children live in extreme poverty. According to the World Bank, Honduras is one of the poorest countries in the world. The consequences of poverty include a lack of access to health, education and nutrition, as well as sexual assaults on girls and boys. In a world where everyday life is marked by the struggle for survival, this is widely accepted. That is why the mistreatment rarely leads to lawsuits.

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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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