Pablo’s Fire

Pablo’s Fire

Breaking news this week included a house fire in the home of one of our Paso a Paso scholarship students, Pablo. “We (Pablo and his two sisters) were sleeping when then our neighbor called to us and then we were running, running to get away,” Pablo said....
Update from Leyla

Update from Leyla

Mothers of Step by Step Scholarship students in Ethiopia started a Women’s Group that collectively owns a poultry business. They raise over 150 chickens together and sell the eggs to support their families. The Chicken and Egg project was self-initiated by the moms,...
Francisco’s Story

Francisco’s Story

Five years after the Step by Step Scholarship Program Francisco Alexander Baltazar Francisco graduated from the Step by Step scholarship program in 2012 with dreams of becoming an engineer. Now 23 years old, he works for Indy Motos Guatemala. He is also taking classes...

Letter from the president

Dear friends, “Education is an investment in the future” Education is the most important resource we can give to the children of garbage dump communities. As an example, average Guatemalan children attend only four years of schooling and just 3 out of 10...