Saint Romero's Delegation - March 2020 * Roses in December - December 2020 * May Delegation 2020
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The SHARE Foundation will carry out a Honor Delegation in memory and legacy of Saint Oscar Romero.
St. Óscar Romero, in full Saint Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez, (born August 15, 1917, Ciudad Barrios, El Salvador--assassinated March 24, 1980, San Salvador; beatified May 23, 2015; canonized October 14, 2018; feast day March 24), Salvadoran Roman Catholic archbishop who was a vocal critic of the violent activities of government armed forces and right-wing groups.
Join us for a wonderful and spiritual journey to Saint Romero's birth town in El Salvador during his 40th anniversary.
More details in the link below.
The SHARE Foundation strongly believes in the empowerment of rural women. Along with our partners in El Salvador, we continue to promote organic agriculture programs, emphasizing in the development of management skills for home gardening.
In 2017, this program benefited over 300 women and their families, who are now working their own organic gardens, caring for their land and improving their diet as well as their family members.
ACHIEVEMENTS PER YEAR:
SUPPORTING AND EDUCATING YOUTH
Since 1994, SHARE has promoted and coordinated scholarship programs for young leaders of scarce resources in rural areas. SHARE started this program with the aim of supporting young leaders to carry out their intermediate and university studies in the departments of Chalatenango, San Vicente, La Libertad and San Salvador. In 25 years of support we have seen the success in this support, hundreds of young boys and girls have completed their high school studies and a good number have culminated their university careers.
SHARE also supports youth with cultural programs, developing dance and theater groups, peace marching bands and agricultural schools for improving youth diets. All this support has contributed to the prevention of violence and gang membership.
It is SHARE's constant effort to advocate and raise awareness about environmental justice, including prevention and responses to climate change.
According to the United Nations, El Salvador has the most devastated natural environment in the western hemisphere, after Haiti, with 93% of its water polluted by toxic chemicals, heavy metals and waste matter.
The SHARE Foundation is accompanying in solidarity the different organizations, Universities and Churches who demand a responsible and equitable water governance in El Salvador.