Haga click aquí para la versión en Español Our Director, Estefanía Núñez Messa, answers a few questions about her experiences leading HOOP so far and opens up about her exciting plans for 2018! Continue reading to learn about our upcoming Scholarship Program. How would you describe your first few months of leading HOOP? Taking over … Continue reading New Leader. New Challenges. Big Achievements
Haga click aquí para la versión en Español Two members of Peach, a French NGO, recently visited us to get to know our work and teach the children the importance of reading and knowing other cultures. Their NGO aims to create a link between classes from different countries around the world, to share with people who … Continue reading Connecting the world through education and compassion!
When I was preparing to move to Arequipa with embarrassingly little Spanish last year, I remember reading in a guidebook that most businesses would have someone who spoke English. I can confirm that this is a massive lie; if you’re going to live here, you’d better get stuck into Spanish or consign yourself to a … Continue reading Spanish words that have no English translation
Before I came to HOOP in May 2015, I was sure of one thing: that I wasn’t sure where I’d go next. And that was just how I liked it. Long story short, I was at a point in my life where I was ready to explore new avenues and have new adventures, instead of … Continue reading Volunteering in Peru: A year of being inspired
We published our latest annual report – just for you! As a HOOP supporter, we want you to know what we’re up to, how we have spent your donations and what programs we ran for the people of Flora Tristán. We want you to know how much money we raised (and from where), and how … Continue reading Our Annual Report is out (and it’s just for you)
Two weeks ago, we talked about the power of English to build new opportunities for people. But every story has two sides, and so this week Comms Intern Maggie Shui from New Zealand asks why English came to be so important, and how we can preserve local cultures in a world where English has become … Continue reading Why English?