Alvaro Noboa joins the Social Work of the Foundation Quaker Program for Children of Guayaquil Medical Brigades of the New Humanity Crusade Foundation. Community Library and Treatment for Alexandra

Alvaro Noboa Foundation Assistance for Sick Ecuadorians

This week we will recall some of the cases in which The Alvaro Noboa Foundation has provided assistance over the years. Five years ago, Félix Macias had a medical check up because of leg pain. Some weeks later, the doctors told him that his leg would have to be amputated because of his diabetes. Since then, he has had to deal with his illness by taking costly medicines and following a special diet. He also need to visit...
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Alvaro Noboa: Over 33 years of charitable work

Alvaro Noboa has over 33 years of charitable work. The newspaper El Universo published an important article about the foundation on July 14, 2011.   Although his vision clouded by cataracts prevents you clearly see what is going on around him, Vicente Jurado, 76, continues to manufacture and fixing wheelchairs. “I’m blind and work alone, he sold what little I use to survive,” said Jurado, who three...
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Alvaro Noboa Foundation: Providing help for over 35 years

Alvaro Noboa Foundation: Providing help for over 35 years The Alvaro Noboa Foundation (Cruzada Nueva Humanidad) was created on November 21, 1977 by the social leader Alvaro Noboa, who began his social work by creating neighborhood libraries in the zones of  Guasmo, Fertisa, Flor de Bastión, and Malvinas. The goal is to bring tools to the community and to the people in need, for them to have ways to improve themselves. After many years, the foundation doesn’t only focus on...
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Alvaro Noboa visits the New Humanity Crusade Foundation

Who have received these chairs, is cause for joy, who has helped New Humanity Crusade Foundation and Alvaro Noboa Medical Brigades and thank God it is who gives us everything. From New Humanity Crusade for over 30 years and was the first to thank God for the many blessings he had given me up to that point in my life was in late 70, early 80, and second because I thought the best mission I could have in life was to help...
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