Gregoria Sucle Apaza was one of the first people to embrace her new family sized greenhouse that was one of over 110 greenhouses funded by Heart Walk Foundation from sales of textiles and donations. She eagerly planted seeds we donated. Her kale was enormous! Gregoria lvoes growing chard, spinach, cabbage, carrots, and other vegetables to supplement the potatoes everyone eats every day for every meal all year. Although her village of Yanaruma lies above 15,000 feet (4500 m) these cold weather crops do well in her greenhouse.
Gregoria Sucle Apaza
Apr 30, 2018
Building a High School in the Clouds
Our generous donors are funding the first high school in the ethnic Hapu Q’ero region of Peru. Children will no longer have to leave their families to attend secondary school. This new high school at 12,000 feet elevation in the Andes will bring relief to many families struggling to help their children get a basic education.
Did You Know…
Alpacas vary in color, including shades of white, cream, tan, brown, and black. White alpacas are more valuable because their hair can be dyed to produce the exquisite hues found in their famous textiles....