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Dairy Farm

With Guatemala being the second poorest nation (after Haiti) in the Western Hemisphere, Loving Arms continually seeks income-generating initiatives to help these very needy people. This principle of self-sufficiency not only promotes independence, provides motivation, builds confidence but also helps enable them to support their own families. There are over 13 million people in this relatively small country and over 80% live in poverty. Many try

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Dairy Farm Pilot Program

Today was a very busy and eventful day.  Several members helped in Parrojas with the pens for the Dairy Farm Pilot program.  Currently all cows are living in their respective owners homes.  I am sure they will be happy to get them into their own home!                         The second team worked on the property, helping the mom's with their greenhouse and the third team worked in Corrales sanding desks and painting one of the classrooms.

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    • LovingArmsGuat During this week the children were in their final exam of the school year 2018. The week before the children studie… https://t.co/uk0w7ygnns

      October 18, 2018

    • LovingArmsGuat We are so happy to share with you the good news. We have raised $3500 for the school bus! We would like to take thi… https://t.co/WmTIeLxErH

      October 11, 2018

    • LovingArmsGuat Thank you for everyone who contributed to our Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser! https://t.co/U223dLY4Fs https://t.co/U223dLY4Fs

      October 11, 2018

    • LovingArmsGuat Wednesday the teachers and children had prepared a thank you for the team, including several songs and dances. We… https://t.co/qwe4MX2ULG

      October 5, 2018

    • LovingArmsGuat Such a great team and wonderful Week of helping many in need! https://t.co/5lDfWLYLFH

      October 3, 2018

    • LovingArmsGuat Follow along as our team continues to do good work for the impoverished villagers in Guatemala:… https://t.co/vfZOj2gh6l

      October 3, 2018