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Casa Hogar Nueva Vida

In Oaxaca, Mexico, the plight of vulnerable children is stark: only two government-run orphanages serve a population of over 4 million. The situation is exacerbated by the lack of funding for private orphanages like Casa Hogar. These children face daunting challenges, coming from backgrounds marked by violence, abuse, and exploitation.

This episode sheds light on Casa Hogar’s tireless mission to provide these children with education and a chance at a better life.

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With your generous support, we can continue shooting in additional countries to enrich this particular episode of our documentary series.

Out of the 75 countries supported by Read To Grow, we spotlight Mexico and Gambia. In this episode, we aim to explore two more countries, each with its unique social issues, across different continents.

Our journey will take us to orphanages, shelters, and low-income schools that have benefited from Read To Grow’s book donations. Your contribution enables us to broaden our scope and shed light on the impactful work being done in these communities.

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