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Freddy Ituapaza  

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  • Age: 10
  • Birthday: January 2, 2006
  • Gender: Male
  • Location: Bolivia
  • Center: Nueva Jerusalen Student Center
  • Child ID: BO4220589
    • Child lives in an area with higher risk of exploitation and abuse.
Freddy lives with his mother. He is responsible for carrying water and making beds. His mother is sometimes employed as a seller in the market. There are 3 children in the family.

For fun, Freddy enjoys soccer. He attends Bible class regularly and is in primary school where his performance is average.

Please remember Freddy in your prayers. Your love and support will help him to receive the assistance he needs to grow and develop.
Freddy lives on the plains of Villa Tunari, home to approximately 5,200 residents. Typical houses are constructed of dirt floors, tin walls and wood roofs.

The regional diet consists of maize, bananas, chicken, bread, beef, plantains, rice and potatoes. Common health problems in this area include respiratory infections, diarrhea and dental cavities. Most adults in Villa Tunari work as day laborers and earn the equivalent of $125 per month. This community needs employment opportunities and food.

Your sponsorship allows the staff of Nueva Jerusalen Student Center to provide Freddy with Bible teaching, hygiene education, supplementary food, field trips, self-esteem development activities, etiquette training and academic support. The center staff will also provide literacy courses and meetings for the parents or guardians of Freddy.
Bolivia is comprised of four geographic regions: the central plateau in the Andes Mountains, the Lake Titicaca region, the central region's semitropical rain forests and the hot, humid lowlands of the east. Landlocked, Bolivia borders Chile, Peru, Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil.

Bolivia has the largest natural gas reserve in South America. Still, it remains the least developed country on the continent. Half the population is made up of indigenous groups who speak Aymara and Quechua and are who are mired in poverty. Compassion works mainly among the indigenous highlanders who make beautiful hand-woven textiles from the wool of alpacas and llamas, animals that also provide milk, meat and transport. Corn and potatoes are staples of the indigenous diet. Virtually all Bolivians are Catholic.

Once known as the cradle of the Inca Empire, Bolivia came under Spanish rule in 1535. Bolivia won independence in 1825. Until the end of the nineteenth century, there were many coups and short-lived constitutions. The period from 1952 to 1964 was marked by significant economic and social reforms and a new constitution was adopted in 1967; however, civil unrest continues to dominate Bolivia's politics. Bolivia is a divided country. Its indigenous people are locked in a battle with its industry and political leaders to gain more economic independence.

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Child's Location: Southwest of El Alto

Child lives in an area with higher risk of child exploitation and abuse.

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