The transition from childhood to adolescence is a transcendental stage that every person goes through during his or her life. First loves begin, tastes change for things and even new friendships are forged. Suddenly, going out to play is not so important and other activities take centre stage. However, it is a path that should be traveled dignitically as an inalienable right . Thus, a boy's greatest concerns would have to be rooted in healthy growing and learning . But we know that we do not live in a linear world and that sometimes we are presented with harsh circumstances that put us to the test . This is the story of Guadalupe and the overcoming struggle that is going on.
The young woman lived in a borrowed house that was razed by fire in August 2019 . There, he was installed with his family in the rural area of Cuchilla , Esquina department, in Corrientes . The only fate that ran that day was to have found them far from the place, so they were not injured . On the other hand, they did suffer material losses with great emotional value that ended up in ashes. Since then, he has been in an abandoned shed with his parents and three siblings. The space has ground floor with walls and veneer ceiling. However, such coldness can not with the engine of wanting a better future . Although indifference tires.
Big heart and strength
Those who know Guadalupe define her as a beautiful person, who helps a lot in their home and possesses a responsible spirit . Her smile and good mood spread to those around her. While the desire to get ahead inspire more than one. And how can we not do it? If with great difficulties and with little means to study he managed to finish elementary school and graduate . In addition, she did it with excellent notes and ended up being the standard-bearer of the institution.
His kindness and strength are easy to detect if you look at his dad . The man got land in the same locality, so several months ago they began to build a house from scratch . However, the illusion fell to the background with the advent of the pandemic and its precarious economic situation. It's just that the little money they had had come from changas and they had to use it to survive.Therefore, the work was interrupted indefinitely because they could not continue to purchase materials. They only got to raise a few rows of brick, but most elements are missing, such as sand, spouts or openings.
Solidarity campaign for a different future
We should all have access to decent living conditions, starting with housing . The history of the Sadleir family immediately moved Martín Andreo , a 52-year-old Buenos Aires lawyer. Nobody had to tell him about the case, but he saw it with his own eyes. He met the girl because some years ago he is the godfather of two rural schools in Corrientes , one is his. And he identified himself with what happened, since he also lost what he had in the past. That's why he decided to help them and, together with the SAUN Foundation, they started a campaign to get 500,000 pesos . The amount was not stipulated randomly, but is the product of the budget provided by several architects.
The primary objective is that both the young woman and her parents and siblings can be replenished and resting under their own roof . One that gives them comfort, well-being and safety. Like every inhabitant of the country should have it. In this way, Guadalupe will have the necessary to continue studying high school and become a biology teacher , his great longing .
Argentina, más específicamente de tierras litoraleñas. Nací en Entre Ríos y soy Comunicadora Social. Me especializo en la redacción en todas sus formas e intento crear imágenes mentales a través de las palabras. Melómana y apasionada de la semiótica por las miradas que nos aportan del mundo. La curiosidad siempre me mantiene en movimiento.