Students of la Escuela de Educacion especial Hermano Pedro in Antigua, Guatemala live with various disabilities ranging from deafness to Cerebral Palsy. Most of the children in the school come from low income families around the Antigua area. The school shares facilities with the main public school in Antigua which limits both the number of students they can accept and the hours of operation. Three out of the five instructors at la Escuela de Educacion especial Hermano Pedro are paid entirely by the U.S based NGO gods child project (www.godschild.org). They are in desperate need of funding for all of their projects. (image by Joshua Fleetwood)
Students of la Escuela de Educacion especial Hermano Pedro in Antigua, Guatemala live with various disabilities ranging from deafness to Cerebral Palsy. Most of the children in the school come from low income families around the Antigua area. The school shares facilities with the main public school in Antigua which limits both the number of students they can accept and the hours of operation. Three out of the five instructors at la Escuela de Educacion especial Hermano Pedro are paid entirely by the U.S based NGO gods child project (www.godschild.org). They are in desperate need of funding for all of their projects.
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