Step by Step Scholarship Program
International Samaritan worked in partnership with the University of Central America’s Institute of Public Opinion to better determine the most urgent and pressing needs of children and families living in the garbage dump of Guatemala City. The overwhelming majority of garbage dump dwellers who responded to the survey indicated they wanted better access to education after the sixth grade. In 2007, the Step by Step Scholarship Program was officially implemented and now gives hundreds of opportunities to students across four countries to continue their education, get job training, graduate, and become employed.
of enrolled youth have not joined gangs
of enrolled youth have found jobs
of enrolled youth graduate from the program
With as little as $30 per month you can provide tuition for a child like Juanita living in the garbage dump to help her get an education.