Reintegrating street children and youth through the sale of a street newspaper and the implementation of personal development workshops
La Paz, capital of Bolivia, is populated by young people and street children. Left on their own and victims of the violence of the street, they do odd jobs and in particular that of lustrabotas, shoeshine. Highly discriminated by the rest of the population who consider them "sub-men", most lustrabotas hide their faces with a hood so as not to be recognized. Since 2005, El Hormigon Armado has been deploying a street newspaper and social reintegration projects, in order to restore a place in Bolivian society to these young people with multiple talents.
Allowing access to local organic food with employees in vocational rehabilitation
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