Restoring Life in Paraguay
Twenty-six percent of Paraguay lives in poverty. Many are trapped under the weight of debt and living day-to-day, in fear of loan sharks who charge impossibly high interest rates and threaten their physical safety. Thousands of families reside in squatter zones, struggling to find their next meal and scrounging around for scrap just to survive.
To break the cycle of poverty, holistic development is essential. We invite you to one of our events for an evening filled with stories of hope from Paraguay.
Hear Judah Mooney, president of Diaconia, Global Aid Network’s partner in Paraguay, share about the training programs and micro-loans that are helping to restore lives. Judah works with Jesus Responde, another Global Aid Network partner, for which he created a self-sustaining model of nutrition centres across Paraguay and designed a vocational training program.
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