This week continued the blessings for the Venezuelan people, we had several failures both electrical and Internet connection caused to failures in the main Internet provider in the country, however, we could do a very good job and bring a little help to the streets of Venezuela.

Esta semana continuaron las bendiciones para el pueblo venezolano, tuvimos diversas fallas tanto eléctricas como de conexión de internet motivado a fallas en el proveedor principal de internet del país, sin embargo pudimos realizar un muy buen trabajo y llevar un poco de ayuda a las calles de Venezuela.


The arepa is a Venezuelan food, which is made from dry ground corn dough or pre-cooked corn flour being its circular and flattened. This food is traditionally consumed in our gastronomy serving as the perfect breakfast or dinner.

Products
3 kg flour
1 kg mortadella 
1 kg of tomatoes.
2 onions.
Condiments.
Wrapping paper.

La arepa es un alimento Venezolano, ​ el cual esta realizado a base de masa de maíz seco molido o de harina de maíz precocida siendo su forma circular y aplanada. Este alimento es tradicionalmente consumido en nuestra gastronomía sirviendo como el perfecto desayuno o cena.

Productos:
3 kg de harina
1 kg de mortadela
1 kg de tomates.
2 Cebollas.
Condimentos.
Papel para envolver.


During the food delivery, we talked a little with these children and observed that they were completely dirty, when we asked them why, they explained to us how a group of policemen put them in a van and took them to another city at midnight. Leaving them more than 50km away from where they usually live (in the streets). The boys did not desist from returning to the capital city and walked all night to return to it.

If there is one thing we dislike it is seeing and knowing about the abuse of authority. These children are part of a larger group of people who usually sleep on the streets of the capital. While living on the streets brings with it bad habits or can lead to delinquency, these young people have not yet fallen into it despite everything that happens around them.

We would like to be able to rescue them in some other way but they are situations that get out of our hands.

The best thing we can do for them is to talk to them, advise them and always tell them that everything is going to change, that there is still hope in Venezuela.

Durante la entrega de comida, conversamos un poco con estos niños y observamos que estaban completamente sucios, al preguntarles el por qué, nos explicaron cómo un grupo de policías los subió a una camioneta y los llevó a media noche a otra ciudad. Dejándolos a más de 50km de distancia de donde suelen vivir (en las calles). Los chicos no desistieron en volver a la ciudad capital y caminaron toda la noche para regresar a ella.
Si hay algo que nos disgusta es ver y conocer sobre el abuso de autoridad. Estos niños son parte de un grupo más grande de personas que suelen dormir en las calles de la capital. Si bien, vivir en las calles trae consigo malas costumbres o puede llevar a la delincuencia, estos jóvenes aún no han caído en ella a pesar de todo lo que ocurre a su alrededor.
Nos gustaría poder rescatarlos de alguna otra manera pero son situaciones que se escapan de nuestras manos.
Lo mejor que podemos hacer por ellos es conversar, aconsejarlos y decirles siempre que todo va a cambiar, que aun queda esperanza en Venezuela.


We also find people who often frequent the streets asking for some kind of help, in this case older people. They also deserve a little help and we gave him a few arepas so that they could get some help.

Así mismo encontramos personas que suelen frecuentar las calles pidiendo algún tipo de ayuda, en este caso personas mayores. Ellos también merecen un poco de ayuda y le hicimos entrega de unas cuantas arepas para que pudieran cenar.


Finally, we were able to observe a man of approximately 30 years of age together with his two daughters rummaging through the garbage. They had found a bag full of fish bones outside a restaurant and said very happily “with this we can make soup, they are good”.

Many people spend their afternoons checking garbage cans to see if they can still find something to eat. In the eastern part of the capital, specifically in Altamira, there is a diversity of high class restaurants that daily discard a large amount of food left by customers. People from different favelas come to this place at the end of the afternoon and check the garbage to take what little they can find and that although it is unhygienic, for them it is the only complement to their daily intake of food. Remembering that while the monthly salary is approximately $7, the basic food basket is over $300.

For this reason we approached this man and gave him one kilogram of Flour and 1 kilogram of Mortadella. We hope you were able to help him and his two little girls.

Por último, pudimos observar a un señor de aproximadamente 30 años en conjunto con sus dos hijas hurgando en la basura. Habían encontrado una bolsa llena de espinas de pescado fuera de un restaurante y decían muy felices “con esto podemos hacer sopa, estan buenas”.

Muchas personas pasan las tardes revisando basureros viendo si encuentra algo que aun sirva para comer. En la zona este de la capital, específicamente en Altamira se encuentran diversidad de restaurantes de clase alta quienes diariamente desechan gran cantidad de comida que dejan los clientes. Personas de diferentes favelas vienen a este lugar a final de la tarde y revisan la basura para llevarse lo poco que puedan encontrar y que aunque sea antihigiénico, para ellos resulta el único complemente para su ingesta diaria de comida. Recordando que mientras el salario mensual es de aproximadamente $7, la canasta básica alimentaria se ubica por encima de los $300.

Por tal motivo abordamos a este hombre y le dimos un kilogramo de Harina y 1 kilogramo de Mortadela. Esperamos haya podido ayudarle a él y sus dos pequeñas niñas.


Number of arepas performed: 30.
Beneficiaries: 25. (2 arepas for last 5 kids).

Cantidad de arepas realizadas: 30.
Personas beneficiadas: 25 (2 arepas para los ultimos 5 niños).


On a weekly basis, we hope to be able to obtain more cases like these and to be able to provide support to these unique cases of the population. We also ask you to keep an eye on our publications in order to follow the thread of the next foundry campaign.

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