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Philanthropy Most people in the Andes are exposed to a life without regular employment and often without insurance, while working under extremely harsh conditions on the fields of large landowners. Usual work days are more than 12 hours, yet the wages can only provide for the daily needs of no more than one day. Health care or education for children and adults is often unaffordable. Long working hours and low wages leave a negative imprint on too many families’ wellbeing. A cycle that results in the neglect of childcare forces children to work with their parents in order to sustain … Continue reading Project