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Providing education to young adults.

Applicant requirements
  • Young people and adults living in rural communities who lack the necessary resources to reach higher levels of education, to learn stronger skillsets.
  • Young people and adults seeking to learn or develop skills which allows them to realize a better future, and consequently make meaningful contributions to the social development of their community.

This program is dedicated to supporting youth, adolescents, and adults who do not have the financial resources to access post-secondary education, the minimum of a university or technical college skillset, to adequately provide for oneself or one’s family in the 21st Century.

Characteristics to be a beneficiary

1.

Youth and adult farmers who do not have the resources for higher education.

2.

Youth and adults who want to learn and/or develop a skill, trade or career to achieve a better future, and thus contribute to the social development of their community.

Students Sponsored

Andrea Ramos

Head of Nursing

College: Navarra in Neiva.

See project

Camilo Sanchez Vallejo

Seminarian.

College: Siervos del Espíritu Santo.

See project

Kevin Felipe Polo Guevara

Seminarian.

College: Cristo Sacerdote.

See project

Cristian Camilo Toquico Vargas

Economy.

College: Universidad Surcolombiana.

See project

Luis Miguel

Physicist.

College: Universidad de Antioquia

See project

Angie Stephanie

Want to study psychology.

College: Minuto de Dios University

See project

Juliana Collazos

Nursing Assistant

College: Cesalud

See project

How to donate?

The Obreros de la Misericordia Foundation is grateful to work with the following agencies and banks to securely transfer your donations to the people most in need.

Donate online

Donate via bank

CUENTA CORRIENTE - 1655007191
RUTA DEL BANCO: 061000227

CUENTA DE AHORROS - 966601149-10

Donate online

Donate via bank

CUENTA CORRIENTE - 1655007191
RUTA DEL BANCO: 061000227

CUENTA DE AHORROS - 966601149-10

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