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September 8 is International Literacy Day
In Guatemala, the Francisco Coll School sits on a landfill site
surrounded by shelters built by families trying to make ends
meet by collecting trash.
With the support of Presbyterian World Service &
Development, Francisco Coll is providing vulnerable boys and
girls with a proper education in a safe environment.
Maria Herrera, a student at Francisco Coll, dreams of
graduating from university and becoming an administrator.
Her mother doesn’t have a reliable income, but with support
from PWS&D, she can continue going to the school she loves.
In a letter thanking PWS&D for its support she says, “I ask
God that every day you have good health and blessings and that
you continue to be able to help adolescents achieve their dreams
and goals, like me.”
PWS&D supports education and literacy training