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Valeria Vicente Vásquez

Updated: Jul 27, 2021


Lima, Peru

In Villa Mosha, the Housing Association in the community of Jicamarca (San Juan De Lurigancho, Lima) has built a community library. An alternative space for boys and girls to continue learning to read and write, as so many kids have struggles to connect to virtual classes.

This initiative seeks to address the educational crisis, which was caused by the pandemic in Peru. Children currently do not have internet service or cellular equipment to connect to their classes.

If you are interested in helping, please use the contact form on this website to email and connect you directly with the organization.


Like in many parts of the world, education has suffered a great deal during the Covid-19 pandemic year. Not only that so many children missed out on their lessons, but among those who had an opportunity to study online, not everyone managed to keep up with the curriculum, and the productivity went down globally.

The local communities have made much effort to keep children intellectually occupied

and keep their interest and desire to learn.

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