Adalisa Salome

Adalisa Salome has been sponsored by an amazing world-changer! Her sponsor has created Team Adalisa Salome and given her a chance to break free from the cycle of poverty, starting a ripple effect for generations. With that support, the future looks bright for Adalisa Salome!

 

17 years old 3/26/2003 Guatemala
About me & my family

Name: Adalisa Salome
Family income: $117.00

Gender: Female
Age: 17
Enjoys: Listening to music, Running, Playing soccer
Talents: Singing, Dancing, Painting
Siblings:
Dora Amelida, 26, Female
Yoseline Guadalupe, 10, Female
Maria Feliciana, 8, Female
Lives with: Relatives
Language: Spanish
School: No
Child ID #: 998898

Poverty in Guatemala

Kids growing up in poverty in Guatemala face some of the toughest issues, such as a massive wealth gap, gang violence and high crime rates, difficulty staying in school, lack of jobs, chronic malnutrition and a high teen pregnancy rate.

That's why we focus on providing educational assistance to stay in school, a wide range of programs in our centers to learn and grow in a safe environment, youth leadership opportunities, fundamental nutrition support and reproductive health programs.

See how our program works and why we focus on health, education, empowerment and employment. 

Learn more about our work in Guatemala.

How does child sponsorship work?

Your $36 monthly gift gives kids like Adalisa Salome access to life-changing benefits, like:

  • medical care
  • educational support
  • life skills
  • job-training before graduation.

 

More about child sponsorship:

How your support helps kids in poverty

How your support helps teens in Guatemala

A quick look at programs currently available for sponsored teens age 12 and over in Guatemala.

Educated

Teens in Guatemala enrolled in secondary school receive school supplies.

 

Empowered

Teens can enroll in classes to learn how to think critically and creatively, become good citizens and manage money wisely.

 

Employed

Teens in Guatemala have access to our Career Resource Center, where they learn the skills they need to find and keep a job, such as résumé writing, interviewing and important interpersonal skills.

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