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NGO Youngs Peru Needs Your Help

Author:Author unknown, Issue: June 2001, Topic: Donations

NGO Young Peru is a non governmental non-profit organization whose goals are oriented to combat the extreme poverty and improve the living conditions of the most poor Peruvian young people. Our most recent project is the implementation of a Vocational Training Center for the Rural Youth Development at Tacna City which allows us to train approximately 2,000 youth in extreme poverty per year, free of charge. The cost of this project is around 35,000 US dollars and in order to make this project become reality, we need your valuable help. All contributions are welcome whatever to be the amount, so please contact Mr. Victor Perez Centeno or send directly him your donation.

(Contact and bank information have been deleted as Mr. Perez is no longer in Japan.)

<< Tsukuba International School Report | Master Index | Religious Activities in English: June 2001 >>


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