I'm trying to clean up the last bits and pieces from my trip to Argentina last November. There is always some little things left: a short note that is not finished or some video that are not edited correctly. But now I think I have tied it all together. I hope so anyway.
After 30 years of hard work in and around Saenz Pena by Kenth Johansson and Alba, their sons and staff the work really begin to give accurate results that delight. Initially, the work was to save lives by building houses, water systems, health clinics and more. The work has slowly evolved.
Now, increasingly, we see more young people receive vocational training through its own trade school, or they go to college and university through a scholarship from the Star of Hope and are trained as a teacher, nurse, accountant, police and other professions. Within a few years, the first lawyer will graduate from the minority group Qom (also called Toba, but are used less and less), great successes! The sponsors gifts and efforts have really given ever finer results. Many young boys are taught to play soccer in the soccer school, which also gives them a good hobby to get involved with.
Some pictures from Argentina: