The children’s home (Hogar El Camino) is unique in that they utilize a family structure to restore and develop the children entrusted to their care.Thus, the atmosphere at Hogar El Camino is much more that of a community than an institution.Except for a very young one – 20 years old – who was quite pretty, the ladies were in their early and late 30’s, not very attractive and some a bit overweight. A small one, maybe the older in her late 30’s, was very happy to see us there. The Princesa – not my host, but another princess – was sitting on the sofa on my left, kind of sitting on her own.
Continue Reading This is the guidebook that I used in my six month trip in South America.
This is a place of charmingly contradictory and contrasting perspectives.
As I said, tourists are thin on the ground in this country. Historically, Paraguay has been a place to disappear.
Founded in 2010, Serving Paraguay is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the children of Paraguay who are victims of abuse, neglect and poverty.
To that end, they operate a Christ-centered children’s home on 40 acres in Itaugua, Paraguay, about 20 miles outside of the capital city of Asunción.