Emilies Charities

Investing in children's futures

Bolivia

San Ignacio Home / Rosa de Anze Homes

We have sponsored the higher education of a total of five girls from these homes. Three of the girls from the San Ignacio have now graduated as teachers and another with a medical degree. We helped with the expenses of two boys in the final year of the school which is adjacent to the San Ignacio Home and in 2018 will start to fund the further education of three boys from the school.

ANET (Amigos de los Niños Excepcionales Tarija).

ANET was set up to help disadvantaged children with disabilities. Emilie’s Charities is continuing sponsoring the education of young adults each year at the home; in 2017 seven were sponsored. Subjects in which sponsored students have graduated include: Law, Languages, Music Teaching and Business Administration

Casa de la Alegria Home

We previously sponsored the further education of one of the girls from the home who received a degree in languages. We are currently sponsoring a second girl who started a Social Studies course in 2016.
BOLIVIA – SOS Children’s Village Cochabamba
Emilie’s Charities is sponsoring three siblings at the SOS Children’s home in Cochabamba. The Emilie’s Charities sponsorship contributes towards the cost of their living in a very loving family unit.

BOLIVIA – Ushpa Ushpa

We are now sponsoring the university education of six youngsters from families living under marginal economic conditions from the settlement of Mineros San Juan Ushpa-Ushpa near Cochabamba. Subjects being studied are medicine, petroleum engineering, business administration and social communication. One girl graduated in nursery nursing in 2017. We were also able to provide the money which allowed the local health care centre to remain open and expand.

BOLIVIA – Tres Soles and other

We are currently sponsoring the education of a girl who attended the Tres Soles home (she lost her parents respectively to a road accident and a stabbing). She is studying business administration this year. We are also contributing to the primary/secondary education cost of two children from a poor family near Cochabamba.

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