As cases of COVID-19 spike in Cajamarca, Heart-Links’ partner ACIES is reminding people they are not alone and that together, taking the necessary precautions, they can beat the pandemic. Continue Reading
Heart-Links’ donors are helping families in Peru get through the pandemic. Continue Reading
In Nuevo Mocupe, Madre Oliva Association is helping individuals with developmental disabilities and their families stay safe and healthy. Continue Reading
Sr. Joanne, of the Sisters of St. Martha of Antigonish, speaks to Heart-Links about our shared commitment to solidarity and collaboration. Continue Reading
In Zaña, Flor Reaño is bringing hope and love and needed supplies to people in quarantine. Will you help support her work? Continue Reading
From their homes, boys and girls in José Leonardo Ortiz are delivering public service messages to their friends and neighbours. Continue Reading
Increased poverty and extreme poverty threaten in Peru because of COVID-19. This community is planning ahead to ensure their future. Continue Reading
For #GivingTuesdayNow people across the world are standing TOGETHER and giving what they can to help each other through the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue Reading
For many women, the orders to stay home during the pandemic have put them at increased risk of violence from men in their households. Continue Reading
In Peru, one-fifth of deaths from COVID-19 have occurred in the northern province of Lambayeque, where many of Heart-Links’ partners work. Continue Reading
As COVID-19 spreads, people around the globe are heeding the call from health professionals and governments to #StayHome. In Peru, our sisters and brothers are listening. They know that if the disease is not stopped or at least slowed,...
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Help Heart-Links offset the cost of travelling to Peru to monitor the grassroots development projects we support there. Monitoring is a requirement under the Income Tax Act and also the best way to guarantee that donor dollars are used...
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