The people of El Salvador are attempting to come to terms with the tragedy after 12 years of civil war, hurricanes, and earthquakes in the 1980s and 1990s. The social classes are clearly divided, and for the younger generation, learning computer skills and English can have a significant impact on their future. Discrimination in the delivery of essential services like health care and elderly care—which affects the majority of El Salvador’s population but not all—is another illustration of the country’s social class divide. Numerous nursing homes in El Salvador operate almost entirely without resources, abandoning elderly residents who suffer from malnutrition and poor health.
Our goal is to improve the nutrition, health, education, sanitation, and overall well-being of needy children and elderly people in El Salvador, particularly in Santa Tecla. Our initiatives cater to the individual requirements of Santa Tecla’s rural and urban areas, particularly its most disadvantaged children and elderly: the schoolchildren, children with disabilities, and elderly people.
To help children overcome these economic disadvantages, our strategy is to assist them in developing their computer skills, values, and English language skills. At the same time, offer the vulnerable group as much assistance as you can: elderly people and children with special needs.
To solve the issue of children’s education, elderly care, and the well-being of children with special needs, numerous necessities must be met. Long-term and short-term outcomes should be achieved by carefully planned solutions.