The home is a public institution and in property of the Peruvian Ministry of Women and Social Development. Around 60 children live here, mostly street children between 6 to 18 years of age, and not all have sleeping space here. Some of the children are orphans, others come from socially deprived and difficult families. The home provides a place to live and eat, clothes and medical care. Moreover, it not only offers the children guidance and psychological support, but also lets them engage in manual work activities to give them hands-on experience in skilled craft.
Details: We are looking for social worker, teachers, craftsmen, psychotherapists or anybody with social engagement.
Duration: At least 2 Months, five days a week