Help for El Salvador
El Salvador’s large population and limited amount of land stretches natural resources to their breaking points and contributes to housing shortages. Only about half of the people living in rural areas can read or write.
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Our Impact in El Salvador
FFTP continued construction the Ayalitas Sustainable Community Development Project, which will benefit 48 families and includes bakery workshops, computer workshops and income-generation projects to help residents flourish on their own
FFTP shipped 168 tractor trailer loads of aid, including food, medicine and health care equipment.
FFTP and its partner FUNHOPO distributed 3,335 bags of rice, 4,781 sacks of beans, 9,740 boxes of canned food, 1,102 bags of flour and 24,890 boxes of MannaPack fortified rice to feed 551,524 people. The distribution focused on soup kitchens for the elderly and the indigent, nursing homes, daycare centers and nine Angels of Hope homes for children and young people.
FFTP launched an initiative to transform 100 schools and benefitting 40,000 students in vulnerable communities through a partnership with FEPADE, the nonprofit Salvadoran Business Foundation for Educational Development; the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology; and the U.S. Agency for International Development.