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Nestled in the heart of a valley near the majestic mountains of Cochabamba, Bolivia stands a place of HOPE. In a city where three children under the age of six that are abandoned daily, prisons are also full of children forced to live with their inmate parent because there are no other places for them to go. Many times these children have to sleep on the hard, cold concrete floors because there is no bed for them. Meals are not provided in the prison - unless you have money to pay for them, so these children often go hungry. Most do not even have warm clothes or blankets for the cold winter nights in the Andean Mountains of Bolivia. If all of this was not bad enough, quite often older children are randomly removed from the prison due to over crowding and forced to live on the streets - with no means to survive.
In the midst of these desperate situations, there is now a dynamic solution - The Bolivian Hope Center!
The Bolivian Hope Center’s projects include:
The BHC Home of Hope. A Home where up to 40 children from the prison will have their own beds, a safe environment, education, medical care, more food than they could ever want, and a whole lot of love and support!
Partnering with Compassion International, the BHC facilities are used to provide a meal, tutoring, and training to nearly 500 needy children from the neighborhood.
The BHC is funded solely via the donations and gifts of partners around the world.
Thank you for visiting us at www.bolivianhopecenter.com. As our guest, we invite you to browse this site by clicking on the titles at the top of the page and familiarize yourself the with ongoing ministry of the Bolivian Hope Center.