Peruvian Project, Inc., is currently accepting applications from local Peruvian based non-profits in the Jungle areas of Peru. Peruvian Project, Inc., supports and strengthens local organizations of the jungle area of Peru, with funds and materials that encourage, facilitate, and enable impoverished children to attend school with the end goal of having each child finish high school.
Are you an organization that meets the above requirements or do you know of such an organization?
We encourage you to apply!
Funding is for the 2018 school year (March 2018- December 2018)
Application Deadline: February 10, 2018
Awardees will be notified by February 18th, 2018
Please email your completed application and/or questions to Peruvian.email@example.com
Application for Funds (English)
Convocatoria para financiamiento
Peruvian Project, Inc has supported COCID, a local small NGO based in Moyobamba, Peru since our founding in 2007; However, the Rios Owens family has supported COCID since 2002. We are so thrilled to hear about the success stories from the kids who benefit from this program. Here are a few photos of former students and where they are now.
Peruvian Project, inc main goal is to facilitate the poorest of children to graduate from High School. This is a key factor necessary to succeed.
Meet Norvil, Jose, Giovanna, Manuel and Hans!
Norvil accepting school supplies
Norvil a graudate of the COCID program in Moyobamba is now in his 3rd year towards becoming an engineer.
Jose, graduating in 2009, just completed his studies in accounting. He is currently working in his field. He also has returned to help out with various workshops for the current COCID students.
After graduating in 2008, Giovanna now works in the City of Tarapoto. In her free time she helps put on children’s theater and helps her grandparents
Manual just finished his post baccalaureate studies in Nursing to be a Nurse Aid. (Health careers like in most areas of the world are in high demand)
After receiving his high school degree, he has a steady job as a Taxi Driver.
We are so proud of these kids, whether they went on to study more or simply finished high school. The odds against these kids were extremely high. Graduating high school and the lessons they received from COCID prepares them to be productive citizens and to break the cycle of poverty.
One of the biggest frustrations for Peace Corps Volunteers and international aid workers is to ascertain if we are making a difference. You have to trust you are indeed making a difference. Perhaps you will inspire the future President of their country or simply help them reach their own potential and contribute positively in their communities.
The Peruvian Project team is made up of passionate, committed and positive individuals. We trust we can make a difference but from day to day its hard to see if we have indeed made a difference.
We are so proud of all the children and celebrate even the tiniest accomplishments.
Each year, COCID rewards the top kids with caps donated by the Buffalo Bills
But every once awhile we have a star kid who makes us smile from ear to ear. We are so proud! This year we are so proud of Sandro
Sandro studying 2011
Sandro with this brothers/sisters and cousins 2012
Sandro was one of the first kids to start attending PRONILOR (previously known as ASDA,) and he continued until he graduated from High School. Sandro is from Belen which is one of the poorest sections of Iquitos.
Sandro receives an award from Peruvian Project President in 2013
Sandro has been attending the program for 9 years. He was first kid to graduate from High School and the first to get accepted to a technical Institute to study to be a Laboratory Technician.
Sandro posing with his new school uniform
Sandro practicing his new skills!
We are so proud of Sandro! We are so excited for his future!
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