Casa Chapi offers children the chance to be a child. Not only do they learn to read and write, but they also learn to relax and play thanks to your generous gifts.
From their hands to yours. Alliyma, Quechua Benefit’s economic empowerment program for women, helps Peruvian women continue the ancient art of hand spinning yarn and connect to the international marketplace with their beautiful products. Your purchase of Alliyma products provides a living wage for women to break the cycle of poverty.
With your help, Quechua Benefit is continuing to combat anemia and parasites in the remote highlands of the Colca Valley. The next stop is Caylloma District, where 1,729 preschoolers, school-age children and pregnant women will be tested and treated for anemia and parasites.
Join the 2019 Education with a Destination Peru Tour to experience the beauty of Peru! Meet the children of Casa Chapi and see three world-famous alpaca farms, including Don Julio’s Accoyo, the inspiration for Quechua Benefit’s founding. You can also choose to extend your trip and visit Machu Picchu. Plan now for a great trip in October.
Investing in Quechua Benefit’s preventative medicine campaigns against anemia will give a return far beyond a traditional investment. You can change the course of children’s lives once they are anemia and parasite free!
Investing in the global health business is the best investment you can make. Your investment in Quechua Benefit provides parasite and anemia treatment for the Quechua people. Thanks to you thousands of women and children are healthier today.
Quechua Benefit created Alliyma to empower women using their existing talent as master spinners of alpaca fiber to earn a living wage for their families. Your support of Alliyma is changing the future for these women.
Our new high school girls’ campus in Arequipa is up and running! Your gifts are making a difference for them today and changing their tomorrows. See for yourself how much they’re enjoying getting settled in their new home.
In Peru, women and children run a high risk of being anemic, which can impair children’s ability to learn in school and keep the women from caring for their families. With your help, Quechua Benefit is reaching remote villages with a proven, simple and cost-effective treatment.
Quechua Benefit supporters make it possible for Casa Chapi to offer a Summer Reading Camp to children from many different schools in the Colca Valley. In just three weeks the children made remarkable progress in their reading abilities. They gained confidence in academic as well as social skills.