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Courtyard of the Casa San Vicente - Jimbe Peru
Peru

The San Vicente house has a long tradition in relief work for dependents (elderly, disabled, children at risk). Food assistance means a relief for students who come from afar. Some of them have to travel up to 6 miles to their place of origin in order to have their meals.

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Uploaded: 30/09/2012
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