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Mexico

Emigrants passing by. Oaxaca 2016

José is a child of El Salvador. He is only 8 years old and is already a emigrant who passes through Puerto Escondido with the sole objective of crossing the Mexican-US border. He travels with his older brother, 17, his two 15 and 16 year old sisters, a 6 month old baby boy from his younger sister and his older sister's boyfriend. When they arrive in Puerto Escondido, they have been traveling for 40 days.

We help them with clothes, especially footwear, food and some money to continue to Oaxaca de Juárez. This time, on a night bus so that they do not stop them as illegal in Mexico. But, before leaving, we took Joseph to a candy store in front of the market and we let him to choose everything he wanted. You should have seen the expression on his face ... we will never forget her. Lucky Brave !!!.

Mexico

Go back to school.  Oaxaca 2016

The children are left without classes, without school and the authorities do not care about it!.

We built a classroom at a school in "La Punta", in Puerto Escondido. Caramelo supports with 2 tons of cement and then with an opening party for school children with many candies !.

Mexico

Indigenous school. Oaxaca 2015

We visited the school "Arroyo el Tomatal". This is an Indigenous Bilingual School, Zapotec language and Spanish are spoken here.  In Mexico there are 68 indigenous languages and hundreds of dialects. There are thousands of secluded communities like this where not all children go to school, but those who have the opportunity to go, is only up to the age of 12.

The government totally disregards these schools that have no bathroom, no water ... just a pencil and a notebook for the entire school year, so we bring them - in addition to the party - toys and school supplies.

Haiti

After the earthquake. Cabe Haitien 2010

With a huge container loaded with clothes, medicines, water, food and many candies we arrived in Cabe Haitien, North Haiti. Because of the strong earthquake that struck the capital of the country, thousands of children were orphaned, these and other children from families left with nothing, they were sent to the north of the country and how they could be accommodated in legal and illegal orphanages, houses, etc.

Casa Hogar San Vicente. México D.F. 2013

Here live 32 children between 4 and 12 years. Children come from different institutions of the Mexican state, but this home does not receive any help from the government ... why? ... pure bureaucracy that affects the little ones.
So Caramelo came to visit them with food and a lot of candy. We celebrate with them the ceremony of graduation of the girls who finished the primary. Congratulations on your efforts!

Haiti

 Manrose orphanage . Gonaives 2009

After what surprised us as the children of the Marose orphanage were hungry, we came back to Haiti to visit them and give them clothes and 1 ton of food such as: legume, rice, corn, sugar, oil, milk powder and of course food for the soul; candies.

Haiti

A terrible reality. Puerto Principe and Gonaives 2009

Haiti is the poorest country in the entire American continent, only two 90-minute flights from the USA.
High infant mortality rate, no schooling and child domestic servitude. We carried out four projects in Puerto Principe and Gonaives (north of Haiti, an area full of orphanages, many of them illegals).

We visited communities, hospitals, orphanages of the order of Teresa of Calcutta and the orphanage of Marose, directed by a young haitian who tries to give everything that he can; food, home and affection to more than 50 children between 1 and 14 years old, but sometimes him has nothing to give and the children spend days without eating or drinking.
All this because a corrupt and unstructured government that does not respond to them.

 

Children's Hospital. Natal 2008

Hundreds of children with their moms and dads are waiting for us at the Children's Hospital "Varela Santiago". Music, performances, cakes, balloons and candy to brighten the day for everyone.

 

Colombia

Casa San Martín. Cartago 2015

The children arrive at the house of Don Martin in search of emotional support, education and food. This religious welcomes them every evening to keep them away from the streets where children only find drugs and violence.

Mexico

CHILE

Christmas in the Hospital. Santiago de Chile 2010-15

Firemen of the "Bomba España" 10th Company C.B.S. Visits the Burning Pavilion of the Hospital San Borja Arrián every year. Always with gifts, candy, affection and smiles.

africa

Smiles  in  Africa.
Sudán, Senegal, Mauritania, Camerún y Rep. del Congo 2010-12

Cooperating with "Dentistas sobre ruedas",  "Fundación Clarós" and our religious friend Sister Trinidad. Sweetening his wonderful work with different populations and communities. All of them with many different needs, but always pulling a smile no matter how hard it may be.

In the USA there are more than 1,500,000 homeless children, but luckily, there are many shelters for them and we were fortunate to be able to visit one of them 

Christmas in Miami. Miami,FL. 2011

U.S.

dominican rEpublic

Refugees. Batey 2010

We organized 32 meetings with Dominicans and refugee Haitian children, most of them in Batey. Rice with milk and candies for almost 1,000 children.

India 

"Tibetan childrens village", a campus for 60,000 Tibetan children, where every year they receive about 1000 children from Tibet; Children of Tibetans emigrated from other countries (to have contact with their culture) and Indian street children. The Dalai Lama often visits the place. Candies and school supplies also for went to other parts of India, other schools and street children.

Giving smailes. Khajuraho,Varanasi, Pushkar... 2009

Brasil

Hogares de acogida. Oruro 2008

Caramelos para los más de 2000 niños de hogares de acogida, los cuales están a cargo de diferentes instituciones religiosas y del Estado.También llegaron a repartirse caramelos a niños de zonas rurales, los cuales se encuentran en situación de extrema pobreza.En cooperación con Caritas Boliviana.

perú

Descubriendo el mundo. El Zuro 2007

perú

Primeros caramelos. El Zuro 2006

Chile

Más de 26 proyectos en Chile. 2006-2008

Argelia

Donde empieza todo... Campamento de refugiados Saharahuis 1999-2005

De la cordillera Negra del Perú al mar Pacifico. La primera promoción del colegio Luis Felipe de La Fuente Uceda de la Comnidad de Zuro, Santiago de Chuco – promoción “Sara Lázaro”- salieron por primera vez del campo, con una bitácora cada uno en su equipaje.15 alumnos, una madre, un padre y un profesor.

Ver el mar y descubrir el mundo más cercano fue el premio a estos alumnos ansiosos por aprender. Muchas horas, mucha ilusión, muchas emociones y muchísimo por descubrir. Desde algo tan simple como que le sirvan a uno en un bar, cama donde dormir, una ducha ,… todo fue nuevo para ellos. En una semana volverán 15 libretas de viaje llenas de alegría, sorpresa, nuevos sentimientos, esperanza y mucha ilusión que cambiaran su futuro. 

¿Os imagináis una infancia sin caramelos?

A El Zuro, situado en la Cordillera Negra del Perú, a 4.000 m. de altitud, llegaron por primera vez caramelos, caramelos, globos, pinturas de fantasía, camisetas para hacer deporte y una actuación de un mimo que sorprendió a los niños como nunca se hubieran imaginado.  

 

240 niños y algunos padres del pequeño colegio de la comunidad.

Compartimos  momentos increibles con niños de casas de acogida, jardines infantiles dentro de los campamentos como el de Peñalolen, escuelas primarias, comunidades mapuches al norte de Chile, niños afectados por las erupciones de los volcanes al sur del país, la carcel de mujeres, Chile austral junto con la Armada Chilena donde se encuentran comunidades totalmente aisladas, todas las Navidades compartidas en el hospital infantil con la ayuda de los bomberos Bomba España... y miles de caramelos, globos, fiestas y muchas sonrisas.

Nuestros primeros caramelos llegan aquí, a un desierto a más de 50°C. La lucha por la independencia Saharaui sigue en los campamentos y fuera de ellos. Después de más de 30 años de lucha se combierte en un conflito olvidado para muchos, pero no para nosotros, que visitamos los campamentos en varias ocasiones.

Caramelos, juegos y más sonrisas en el desierto prestado de Argelia. 
 

Argentina

Niños de la calle. Buenos aires 2007

Actuación de malavares y caramelos para los niños de la calle de Buenos Aires.

La situación de estos miles de niños que viven en cualquier rincón de la ciudad es muy dura.


Se encuentran niños de 6 años en adelante, viven de la recogida de cartones, pero lamentablemente parte de lo que ganan es para refugiarse en el consumo de estupefacientes. Una vida demasiado dura para soportarla siendo solo un niño.

Bolivia

more than 1.000.000 candy spread

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