The Warmi Huasi Project in Ayacucho

A video on the work of the Warmi Huasi Project in Ayacucho (Peru) in which children, adolescents and teachers talk about how they adapted their way of working in 2021 in order to advance wellbeing and learning.

Warmi Huasi was set up by Columban missionary Fr Ed O’Connell to accompany families, especially children who are at risk and are living in situations of poverty.

The name Warmi Huasi comes from the Indian Quechua language meaning ‘Women’s House.’

Support the work of Warmi Huasi by donating online here:
https://columbans.ie/donate/

Alternatively, please send your donation to the Far East Office, Dalgan Park, Navan, Co Meath C15 AY2Y or call 00353 46 909 8275.

 

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