Fernando raises tilapia to help support his family in Guatemala
Fernando, second from left, his wife Sonia, right, and their seven children.
Fernando’s 8-year-old daughter, Maydi, is a CFCA sponsored child in Guatemala.
Fernando and his wife Sonia have seven children and recently started a career raising tilapia!
Tilapia farming is new in Guatemala and new to CFCA’s Hope for a Family livelihood programs.
Fernando will be one of the first tilapia farmers in the CFCA program to sell a batch of 50 fish.
Eat your veggies! CFCA scholars in Cali, Colombia, decided to grow a vegetable garden to make an impact in their community.
Read more about how they got started
Learn about what CFCA is doing in El Salvador to help promote a cleaner Earth!
Harry gets help with a photo shoot from Juan, a sponsored child in Cali.
Harrison Garcia, CFCA communications center liaison for Colombia, recently returned from a visit to the city of Cali, Colombia. Read his personal experience of visiting sponsored friends and the beautiful friendships he made.
Lucy Amollo, CFCA-Kisumu project coordinator.
Floodwaters are finally receding on the Nyando River in Western Kenya, and CFCA sponsored friends and their families are now safe to re-enter their homes to assess the damage. Thankfully, all emerged physically safe.
Romelia, a sponsored child, and her father, Ciriaco, use organic fertilizer in their garden.
Ciriaco, the father of a sponsored child, and his family in Guatemala utilize every possible resource for gardening on hand. Or should we say, on hen.
Mothers in Guatemala tend to tree seedlings in a reforestation project they created to help restore their local environment.
Today is Arbor Day! In one area of Guatemala, one community started a new initiative to grow two trees for each sponsored child.