Keeping safe inside the refuge

One of our watchwords for our children has always been ‘Shelter and Safety’ (Casa hogar y Seguridad) and our refuge has often been described as an oasis in the desert; never more important than during the coronavirus pandemic which Peru– and South America in general– is suffering severely. We have been continuing our work with the children and running a virtual school for them at the same time. But any interaction with the ‘outside world’ is strictly limited in order to maintain safe conditions. The staff members who do the shopping are rigorously disinfected on their return, and the fruit and veg from the market is carefully washed. The children wear their masks when outside the refuge, and the whole site is, as normal, regularly fumigated. Otherwise life goes on, but we do need all your support.

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