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Cristian da Jesus Martinez Girón ES7680205 _ El Salvador February thirteenth–seventeenth 2012


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ALL THE POOR AND THE POWERLESS


Our lives are full of “things� - big things, small things, expensive things, bright things, sentimental things. We place emphasis on, bring passion to and put time and money into these things to bring more meaning to our lives. But rarely do we stop to consider the things that could bring more meaning to the lives of others. Like our thoughts. Our prayers. Our attention. Our time. That should be our challenge: to give more of ourselves to those people that go unnoticed; to embrace a lifestyle of compassion and encouragement for others; and to dedicate our lives to the social and spiritual nurturing of all nations, cultures and people. Our goal in life should embrace love through selflessness. Because the true value of life lies not in things, but what we give of ourselves.


...to give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, that He might be glorified. -Isaiah 61 v. 3


Sabor _ Pollo Indio San Salvador– _ TAXI S61961S


CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER

SINCE APRIL 22, 2005

Project Name: CDI Chinameca Project Type: Student Center Start Date: 6/30/1998 11:14:25 AM Last Update Date: 6/11/2003 12:00:00 AM School Year Begins Month: 1

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L SALVADOR Cristian lives in the mountainous community of Chinameca, home to approximately 45,000 residents. Typical houses are constructed of dirt floors, adobe walls and zinc roofs. The population is comprised of Mestizos and the most commonly spoken language is Spanish. The regional diet consists of maize, beans, bread, plantains, rice, potatoes, eggs and yucca. Common health problems in this area include respiratory infections and intestinal illnesses. Most adults in Chinameca work as day laborers and earn the equivalent of $137 per month. This community has basic utility services but needs vocational training, law enforcement and drug rehabilitation programs. The staff of CDI Chinameca provides Cristian with Bible teaching, medical and dental checkups, vaccinations, birthday celebrations, sewing and computer classes, academic support and scholastic materials. The center staff also provides meetings for the parents or guardians of Cristian.

AREAS OF TRAVEL EXPLORATION

SAN SALVADOR CHINAMECA SAN MIGUEL EL CUCO SAN MIGUEL SAN SALVADOR


GENERAL INFORMATION

Population: 50000 Name Of Major City: San Miguel Distance from Major City: 26 km west of San Miguel Information last updated: 5/22/2003

ENVIRONMENT

Home floor typically made of: Dirt Home walls typically made of: Mud/Earth/Clay/Adobe Home roof typically made of: Tin/Corrugated Iron Warmest Month: March Avg. Temperature Of Warmest Month: 32C Coolest Month: December Avg. Temperature Of Coolest Month: 19C Climate: Humid Terrain: Hilly Planting Month(s): June, July, November Rainy Month(s): May, June, July, August, September, October Harvest Month(s): January, August, December Illness Month(s): June, July

ECONOMIC

Average Family monthly income: 80.0000 Primary Occupation: Laborer

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