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Prevention, pastoral care and trauma work among the Quechuaindians in Perú – Sponsorship project for disabled children – social work in families


Casayohana protects and helps children, women and families and enables therapeutic offers in the highlands of the Andes in the Andahuaylas/Peru region. Casayohana works closely with public authorities, churches and local non-profit organizations (NGOs) to provide culturally relevant, practicable and sustainable assistance based on a Christian view of man.

By offering advice and help in the projects heartbeat and vida liberada, casayohana wants to make the love of God tangible regardless of social status, origin and gender.

In order to be able to help in an even more targeted and sustainable way, the work needs a center: casayohana.

Casayohana is to offer the possibility of working as an in-patient in its own training, therapy and consultation rooms. In addition, shelters are to be made available for women and children who have been victims of domestic violence.

The project is commissioned by Luz y Vida / Stiftung Marburger Mission.

vida liberada

The vida liberada project is strongly opposed to sexual abuse and domestic violence. It turns to women and children and offers them help and a refuge place.


The heartbeat project helps children with disabilities and gives them a voice in society.