To mark the anniversary, Henkel provided special funding of more than $120,000 to the “HELPS Changing Lives” project in Guatemala. With the subsidy and the active support of a local MIT team will now help 120 families in areas such as improvement of infrastructure, access to educational and health facilities and training on how to cultivate grain.
As a U.S. aid organization, HELPS International has been initiating self-help programs since 1984. It aims are to increase freedom, stability and personal opportunities for the indigenous people in Latin America and lastingly reducing poverty.
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