is valued as much among our youth in the USA compared to many other countries
of the world I’ve visited.In countries
like Peru where there is a stark difference between the three classes: the
rich, the poor and the very poor, education is a way out.It’s not uncommon in the government schools
for teachers to not show up, not have plans, or to have frequent and lengthy
address this need in the Curahuasi area, Diospi has started a primary school (i.e.
elementary school).The missionary kids
will attend, but so will the Peruvians kids.It’ll be in Spanish.All the
professors are Peruvian, except for the English teacher.To desire is to raise the standard of
education of the Peruvians here.The
school is almost done being built. The Peruvian school year starts in
March.Already 200-300 students are enrolled.
needs remain.Number one, they’re not
found an English teacher yet-----so if you’re interested let me know, otherwise
please pray that they find one.
two, it’s a private school.Those who
are able to pay will have to pay monthly school fees.In order to allow the poor to attend as well
Diospi is looking for ~70 people interested in sponsoring a child.Sponsoring a child would entail donating
$55 per month (which would mostly go towards the teachers’ salaries) and in
return you would be assigned a picture and information about the child you’ve
enabled to attend the private school.
be praying that God is glorified through this school, they will find teachers
to fill the few positions that are still open, and that the construction
process will be completed on time.