A New Partnership: Hope for Oaxaca Street Children

February 23, 2010 at 5:29 am Leave a comment

On a recent trip to Mexico, Megan McMillan visited with families who have been positively impacted by the Centro de Esperanza  or Center of Hope, which is a grassroots program for Oaxaca street children.  These children have homes, but they are called ‘street children’ because they work in the streets to make money and support their families.  Through the Centro de Esperanza in Oaxaca, these children are able to focus their attention on getting an education and simply being children.  The program provides meals, uniforms, school supplies and a tremendous peace of mind for the children and their parents.  Watch and listen as they tell their stories and share their message of hope!


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