A Shining Light in the Culture Capital of Argentina

The Casa del Niño - Padre Jose Kentenich Daycare Center in Buenos Aires has a bright future

Renowned for its wealth of culture, arts and beautiful European-style architecture, Buenos Aires draws thousands of tourists each year. However, there is a hidden side of the city that few tourists experience. Extremely high inflation, rising unemployment and an increasing poverty rate leave many parents struggling to feed their children.  As a result, impoverished families are forced to live in Buenos Aires’s slum neighborhoods, packed together in wooden shacks with tin roofs, separated by narrow […]

Understanding Argentina

What you might not know about one of South America’s most unique countries

The second-largest nation in Latin America, Argentina is truly a nation of contrasts. In geography alone, its borders envelop a full spectrum of topography including rugged, towering mountains, tropical lowlands, arid steppes and plateaus, and frigid tundra. Despite being a rather wealthy country, Argentina faces a poverty crisis caused in large part by inflation rates. Argentina is located mostly in the southern half of South America. The country is bordered by Chile to the West, Bolivia and Paraguay to […]

Creative Learning in Buenos Aires

Montessori education is helping impoverished children at Casa Del Niño - Maria de Nazaret in Argentina

The second-largest country in Latin America, Argentina’s borders envelop a full spectrum of topography: rugged, towering mountains, tropical lowland, arid steppes, plateaus and frigid tundra. Children often suffer from abandonment as their parents find it too difficult to care for them. Nestled along the estuary where the Rio de la Plata meets the Atlantic Ocean, the sprawling Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires is the second-largest metropolis in South America and home to the slum neighborhood, Villa […]

Sponsorship in South America

Everything you need to know about sponsoring a child in South America through Children Incorporated

We work in many South American countries including Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, and Colombia. Through sponsorship, we help provide children with food, clothing, school supplies, and hygiene items. We also fund feeding programs and support unsponsored children through our Shared Hope Fund. In addition, we fund tutoring programs and the construction of schools, as well as skill training programs. Information about the countries where we work South America is full of beauty, but it […]