The Ache Community in Paraguay needs our help!
Updated: Dec 2, 2019
Future Kind is actively working with the leaders of the Ache indigenous community in eastern Paraguay to improve their living conditions.
The Ache are indigenous people belonging to the region of eastern Paraguay extending various counties and Brazil. The dictatorship of Alfredo Streossner, committed genocide by murdering and displacing large population of the Aches who were living in the region and forcing them to small reservations where these hunter-gathering people are struggling to survive.
The Aché suffered repeated abuses by rural Paraguayan colonists, ranchers, and big landowners from the conquest period until the latter half of the 20th century.
Future Kind works with the Ache leaders in health and education projects to aid them survive in the new environment they find themselves in.
How can you help?
The Aché community is struggling to sustain themselves on a daily basis, you can make a direct donation to the Food Pantry project to provide for their basic daily nutrition needs. Future Kind is also working to provide them with basic health care needs, such as doctor visits and medicine, as well as education tools through our Digital Library program. To donate to the Ache community, please click on the donate button on the top of the page.