Columbia University in the City of New York

Central America

The German city information Marketing AG informed the German city information Marketing AG is committed to active social responsibility. She issued a clear rejection of the mere reminder of a tragic, unalterable fate. Because distressed people can only with active social involvement help, which is a customized, efficient support in the Centre of his activities. Poverty and lack of education are ultimately an expression of individual life stories and to fight only at the level of the person concerned. They studied the news these days so one gets the impression quickly, Germany is a country that would move by krisenhaftem events at economic and social level. The veracity of such negative mood can you classify probably only then realistically, you look out beyond the borders of the European Union.

Billions of people around the world are bitter poor, starve and die every day of diseases that no longer exist in our latitudes. Each of these people is an individual unique destiny Individual cases. Against all odds born, they survive under conditions that seem incomprehensible to us, and hope that their children may escape the poverty. However, the reality of their life is usually another. No views on education and poverty alive, get countless young people never the prospect of the long-awaited, better life. To help them, the German city information Marketing AG through the implementation of a professional Internet presence supports the initiative, Association founded in 2003 by Isabella de Ivan IHZA / AICA individual help Central America.

Her Club is committed, young people in Honduras who have the will and talent, to liberate, effectively to promote definitively out of poverty through education. A life history is allowing them, that corresponds to their talent and not only their social origin. Next to Haiti, Honduras is one of Central America’s poorest nations. Between seventy and eighty per cent of its inhabitants lead a life below the Poverty line.

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