To cope with the consequences of the armed clashes of the 1980s and the weak involvement of the government and NGOs in this remote area, the Association built a children’s center in TINGO MARIA, Amazonia.This center now accommodates 40 children in difficult situation. It is headed by a Peruvian team.Despite the big handicap of lack of water in the most arid region of Peru, the Association created in 2007 a center “Teaching and Solidarity” near NASCA, in the slum of Nueva Villa, where live 900 families, nearly 4,000 children.
In this center, a language school can teach French and English to people working through tourism: guides, students in tourism, merchants …
A private kindergarten and primary school was created in 2009.
A secondary school is under construction. About 130 children are attending school here.