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The Ecoan reforestation project is an initiative which aims to plant a million native trees in the Sacred Valley, Peru by 2020. The project is a whole family affair; the men dig the holes, the women plant the trees and the kids pick up the plastic. Through this work ethic it is possible for 250 people to plant 10,000 trees a day.

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Since 1991, through inspiring projects run in partnership with local NGOs, Children Change Colombia (formerly Children of the Andes) have helped tens of thousands of vulnerable children and young people in Colombia gain the education, healthcare and specialist support they need to build happier and more fulfilling lives.

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Kids Saving the Rainforest (KSTR) rescue and rehabilitate injured and orphaned wildlife in and around Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica. They rescue about 120 wild animals a year and their research helps them to answer the many questions surrounding how to raise and release orphaned wildlife.

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The Vidançar Dance School is in the Complexo de Alemao favela in Rio de Janeiro. The initiative offers underprivileged children from the favelas the opportunity to express themselves through the art of ballet and access activities and resources not otherwise available to them.

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Condor Trust is a grass roots NGO in Quito, Ecuador which helps families with the schooling of their children. Our funds will allow the provision of uniform, books and school materials to enable 10 children from low income families to attend secondary school in the city, with the ultimate aim of helping them complete their education, find a job and break the cycle of poverty.

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Friends of Alalay is a UK based charity that directly supports the Alalay Foundation in its work in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. Alalay rescues these kids from the streets and offers them a loving environment living together in family cabins, feeds, clothes and educates them and encourages them in their future working lives.

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