2941_historia_mis-suenos2 My name is Fabiola, I am 19 and live with my parents Emilio and Elsa, and my siblings José, Arminda and Fabian. This year is very special for me because I finished High school and I will study in a Gastronomy school near my home.  I believe this is the result of years of effort and knowledge earned in the Project Un Nuevo Caminar.

I’ve attended Un Nuevo Caminar Project for around 10 years,  participated in the Youth Club activities. I learned, for example, the importance for fulfill my dreams and chase my best opportunities to achieve something. One of them: become a professional chef and make my dream come true.

I am really thankful with Childfund and my sponsor Timothy, I have received a lot of support to reach my dream. With their advices and donations I had the chance to buy school material, and their letter encouraged me never to surrender.

The Project was an important part of my life. After school, I used to go to the Youth Club and participate in lots of activities about leadership, violence prevention or micro projects to improve solutions for my neighborhood with other boys and girls. That was a moment to share our experiences too.

I also had the chance to travel to other cities; I was chosen to represent my project in the National Clubs Meetings and gather with other Club members from Bolivia. There are so many good memories with my friends. I am very thankful for all those to ChildFund.



Hi, my name is Lucía and I live in Cochabamba. My grandmother Marcelina raised me since I was 3 years old, we live together because my mom works and lives in another city


I am grateful with my grandmother, we take care each other and I help her with some house errands


Every morning we wake up early to clean our little house, feed our animals and cook. Then I get ready to go to the school


It is 7 o’clock and I walk one hour to my school. I like being on time. My classmates live far from school too and walk to it either


I am at home again, I must hurry and finish my homework before sunset, we don’t have electricity. We sleep early, tomorrow we must wake up early.