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Álvaro Noboa promotes productive farming

Álvaro Noboa promotes productive farming Within the work of the New Humanity Crusade Foundation, of which he is president, businessman Álvaro Noboa continues giving support to poor families, both in the city as well as the rural areas, who are motivated to start a micro-enterprise. Yesterday, Álvaro Noboa delivered all the supplies needed to grow rice on the five hectares of land owned by Mr. Eva Faguinson, a family of the San Fernando precinct of the Yaguachi...

The Crusade for a New Humanity Foundation Delivered a Soda Bar in Quininde

The Crusade for a New Humanity Foundation Delivered a Soda Bar in Quininde ÁLVARO NOBOA TOURS THE COUNTRY SUPPORTING MICRO-ENTERPRISES In the name of the foundation that he has presided over for the last 30 years, the New Humanity Crusade, Álvaro Noboa delivered the implements required to open a Soda Bar to Myriam Zambrano. “In this way, she will have employment for many years, and as the business grows, she will be able to employ other people,” stated Álvaro Noboa. As he always does, Noboa...
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Vulnerable groups – help provided to the disabled people

Vulnerable groups - help provided to the disabled people As 700,000 persons in Ecuador suffer some kind of disability – caused by accidents as well as neurological disorders, diabetes, high blood pressure, etc. – supporting handicapped people by donating wheelchairs and artificial limbs is one of the most important initiatives of the New Humanity Crusade. A wheelchair costs US $250 which makes it impossible for a handicapped person with limited resources to acquire one. The...

Natural Disasters – Social help done in Ecuador

Natural Disasters - Social help done in Ecuador From the days of its creation, Crusade for a New Humanity Foundation, led by lawyer Alvaro Noboa, has supported vulnerable groups throughout the country during their most dramatic and desperate hours when nature has sown death and destruction. In 1983, 1998 and 1999, when people of Ecuador suffered the consequences of “El Niño,” Crusade for a New Humanity provided medical care and free medicine to the victims. The...