Reconstruction of homes and living quarters to house affected families as a result of the Fuego volcano tragedy.

In 2018 we collaborated with TECHO, an organization in Latin America and the Caribbean that seeks to overcome the situation of poverty experienced by thousands of people living in slums through the joint action of residents and young volunteers.

TECHO has the conviction that poverty can be overcome definitively if society as a whole manages to recognize this as a priority problem and actively works to solve it.

As a result of the tragedy of the Fuego volcano, we collaborated in the reconstruction of homes and living quarters to house the affected families. Official data reports that more than 190 people died and 238 disappeared.

In 2017 the Foundation collaborated in the development of three projects in the central region of Chile.

In 2017 the Foundation collaborated in the development of three projects in the central region of Chile.

2017 Chile (Tiaca): Los Pellines Infants School.

2017 Chile (Colmenares): Rural medical care centre.

2017 Chile: The House of Don Florencio Cornejo

The Chilean company’s Sustainability and Quality Department asked us to help develop three projects in Chile’s central region that were devastated by the wildfires in the summer of 2017. These forest wildfires occurred simultaneously, so the government authorities agreed that the origin of these were anthropogenic and different fire foci spread to an unprecedented extent, which could be explained by the convergence of high wind speed, high temperatures, low humidity and the difficult geography of the areas affected.

The House de Don Florencio Cornejo, a grape supplier, the fire destroyed the house along with all his belongings.

The “Los Pellines” school was assisted in the adaptation of an area for access to children with reduced mobility.

The Rural Health Care Centre “Colmenares”, a new building that will provide medical assistance in a high mountain rural area.