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Receiving Government aid: Maria Quilo

Maria´s husband and four of her children Maria and her family, one child not pictured The Ecuadorian government is supposed to help struggling families with some aid, but sometimes we find that our beneficiaries haven´t received aid that they might be qualified for. However, Maria Quilo (44), one of our beneficiaries, did receive some aid. […]

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Living better: Ana Ibarra

We love to hear that our beneficiaries are improving their situations, so we were pretty excited to see that Ana Ibarra´s new home is much better than her old one. Ana (31) is a mother of four children, Josselyn (15), Karina (14), Cristian (5), and Britany (4). They also live with Ana´s husband, Wilson (33), […]

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Regularly sick: Janeth Morales

Janeth Morales was sick when I was interviewing her. I asked if her children got sick frequently, and she said yes through coughs and sniffles. She lives in the same building as two of her sisters, and they were either sick as well or had a child who was sick. It´s a common thing for […]

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Believing in yourself: Evelyn Redrovan

Understanding your own potential is so important for our beneficiaries if they are going to be able to help themselves out of poverty. For many of them, they haven´t yet even thought much about it. One of our beneficiaries who could do so much if they learned to believe in themselves more is Evelyn Redrovan. […]

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