Sewing and Children's Programs in Pachacamac, Peru
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First program in Peru May 2010

First program in Peru May 2010

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  • Sewing program, Pachacamac Peru
  • Pachacamac ,Peru.Community Centre used to teach “Beginner” level of Sewing program
  • Community Centre was ideal place to teachsewing and house the childcare during classes.
  • Community welcomed us and provided help as we moved in!!
  • Had tables and chairs built by local manufacturer at very reasonable prices.
  • Machines purchased to allow students to learn and practice on.
  • All set up and ready for students
  • Local dignitaries are on hand at Opening and Closing ceremonies
  • Tables, chairs, machines, staff, and students all worked wonderfully!
  • Students were extremely eager to learn. Many had never touched a Sewing Machine!
  • Classes ran from 9AM – 5PM, 6 days per week. Students did not want to leave!
  • Students extremely proud of their projects.
  • More students showing their accomplishments.
  • Local Caterer provided lunch each day for students and staff.
  • Graduation Day display of many completed projects.
  • Graduating class with their Diplomas.
  • Child care is provided to sewing students to ensure their daily attendance in class.
  • Children of the Sewing Students.
  • Structured play time, crafts, games, and otheractivities organized for up to 50 children per day.
  • Children sing songs at Graduation Day.
  • Samaritans Purse is on hand to pass out their famous ‘shoe boxes’ to children!
  • Children were always eager to partake. They even learned English, as Staff learned their Spanish.
  • All aspects of the programs were documented.