On December 20, the International Day of Human Solidarity is celebrated, proclaimed by UNESCO since 2006. It is based on the idea that the most disadvantaged can receive help from those with the most resources.

Solidarity is support for a cause or interest of others, especially in difficult situations, it can be present in any situation of daily life. Helping others who need it whenever it is at our disposal, without expecting anything in return, the reward is to feel good about yourself and know that what should be done has been done.

In this year the workers of the Institute for Human Promotion in Somoto, were organized into 3 Self-Saving and Loan Groups (GAAP) and each member contributes to create a SOCIAL FUND that is distributed at the end of the year to low-income people.

LOOK around you and provide support to those who need it and practice solidarity in your day to day.

In everything I have taught you that, working like this, you should help those in need, and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, who said: It is more blessed to give than to receive. Acts 20:35