Santa Cruz, Peru – The Childrens Land update 2013


The attached pdf shows the huge strides that have been achieved with this project in the desert in southern Peru which has become a showpiece linked to our current project at the Botanical Gardens in Lima. A small stand of threatened Huarango trees is being preserved and the children are enjoying their contact with nature causing the desert to bloom. The project has been so successful that the director of the local school reports that as a result of our project with ANIA the number of pupils attending the school has risen from 500 to 700. The smiles on the childrens faces tell the whole story. A supply of clean fresh water has been constructed as can be seen in the accompanying photo.
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The attached pdf shows the huge strides that have been achieved with this project in the desert in southern Peru which has become a showpiece linked to our current project at the Botanical Gardens in Lima. A small stand of threatened Huarango trees is being preserved and the children are enjoying their contact with nature causing the desert to bloom. The project has been so successful that the director of the local school reports that as a result of our project with ANIA the number of pupils attending the school has risen from 500 to 700. The smiles on the childrens faces tell the whole story. A supply of clean fresh water has been constructed as can be seen in the accompanying photo.