Hogar Nino de La Demanda
Fraternity of Divine Providence (F.D.P.). Catholic Religious Congregationnonprofit, approved Canon 524 of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe de Bogota,Colombia and properly licensed to advance its religious mission in the world and all its legal requirements to date, with a presence in Guatemala from 06 to June 2000, doing our work for Homeless and Children Living in extreme Poverty.
Child home demand is a private relief and development non-profit, serves boys who suffer from poverty, extreme poverty, abandonment, physical abuse,psychological abuse, social risk, few opportunities for academic improvement,under agreement educational, legal provisions with parents or guardian or children. House is characterized by children ranging from ages 5 to 10 years (for income) and to 20 for their stay, they do not suffer from contagious diseases.
We currently have in our home to 20 young children, aged from 06 to 18 years providing care in providing social and psychological aerial integral developmentbased on good attention in health, education, recreation, housing, food, others.
The children study at school situated in Nazareth 11 av. Zone 1 and live 24 hours a day at home and provides us food and education.
We are an institution that provides protection and participation of children, adolescents and young people immersed in poverty, extreme poverty, abused, at risk. In order to get them to become good people and a living example of human values in this way can contribute effectively and actively in transforming themselves, their families, their community and country in general, rights-based law establishing the comprehensive protection of children and adolescents. Focused on religious, ethical and moral.
Being an active agent in the construction of a new and equitable society, justice and solidarity where children, adolescents and young people can live together in peace and free of violence, in which promote the formation and development of themselves, their families and the community, so exercise their rights, ensuring comprehensive protection.
Address Guatemala: 12 calle 2-53 de la zona 1 Guatemala Cuidad, Guatemala
Articles about Orphan Care
- Because someone cared, lives are being changed in Guatemala. Read on to find out what has happened in our ministry this past year.
- 2018 Mid-Year Report from missionary family in Guatemala. Our ministry has grown substantially, not just in the numbers of those we serve, but in depth and scope.
- Orphan Care – Beyond Orphanages, serving for a lifetime. Lessons about orphan care from a missionary in Guatemala. When does our ministry end? When do we check someone we have been serving off our list and consider them “mission accomplished”? All too often in many orphanages and children’s homes, the moment they walk out the door they are forgotten.
- Orphan Prevention, getting to the root of the problem of orphan care in Guatemala.
- Anyone can love when it’s easy; but, it’s how we respond when things are hard, that truly demonstrates the heart of God. Serving orphans and vulnerable children in Guatemala, we have had to figure out how to do this right.