Argentina

Argentina 2014-present

Restore a Child is reaching out to the vulnerable Guarani indigenous children in Argentina in partnership with Engineer Warren McDaniels, president/founder of BEAM International. Warren and his wife Jodi, American missionaries, have been serving in South America for the past 16 years.

Construction of the Bashir Hasso Vocational Training Institute will be started September 2015 in Memory of the late Bashir Hasso from Iraq, a very generous philanthropist. A couple from Argentina donated 225 acres of fertile and wooded land with a spring of water and a big creek available for irrigation.  The land has all kinds of trees which we cut and use for building homes.

Young people from around South America are being trained in construction/electrical/agriculture/farming, fruit trees/woodwork/welding/and more for sustainability.

The project is expected to be completed in 2020.  Three homes have been built.

We need YOU! We need short-term and long-term volunteers trained in all the above areas, plus volunteers who are have no training but are eager and willing to learn and serve.  Southern Adventist University is our official partner in Argentina and have sent their first group of students on a mission trip to build a house in May 2017.  You can help impact lives of children by donating to Restore a Child with a click on the DONATE button.

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Guarani children.

Guarani children.

Norma Nashed.

Bashir Hasso Mission Institute.

Making cement blocks.

Installing solar power.

Bashir Hasso Mission Institute.

Second home.

Guarani children.

Norma with Guarani children.

Guarani children.

Guarani children.

Our partner, engineer Warren McDaniels.

Warren McDaniels and his wife, Jordi, with Norma Nashed.

Norma is clearing the land.

Norma planting a vegetable garden.

Luis Silvero donated 225 acres of land.

First home in Bashir Hasso.

Warren McDaniels, our partner.

Restore a Child planted 2,000 fruit trees.

Volunteers from Southern Adventist University in Tennessee.

Volunteers with Restore a Child.

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