Mamita de Ate runs a common pot and prepares 50 servings of food every day

Peruvian who respects himself. Since 1998, Jessica Bazan Calisto help your community. Initially, she served as a translator so that older Quechua-speaking adults could communicate with others. Years later he wanted to form a soup kitchen, but the municipality asked for many documents and his initiative did not prosper. Nevertheless, the pandemic and the lack of work motivated her to form a common pot in the association ‘El Mirador’, in a high area of ​​Ate.

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“The pandemic affected many people, but at the same time it served to unite us more and survive. We created the common pot ‘El Mirador’ and at that time it didn’t matter who had more. Some supported with food and others cooked. We went to the markets to collect donations on products or we collected vegetables that were thrown away. The situation was very difficult, but we never gave up “, says this housewife and mother of four children.

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They started out delivering 25 lunches, now they double that amount every day. “Backus and TECHO have supported us with supplies and the improvement of the kitchen infrastructure. We appreciate the support they give us because thanks to that we can continue to feed several families “said Bazán Calisto, who highlights that the mothers take turns cooking every day.

He would go to markets to collect donations on produce or pick up vegetables that were thrown away. Photos: Trome.

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He is convinced that in his neighborhood of San Juan de Lurigancho there is a lot of potential for this movement, therefore, he will continue to guide children and adolescents who want to enter and continue in this world.

At the age of 13, Josue Toval Zavaleta, known as 'Ramset', discovered his taste for freestyle (rap and improvisation).  Photos: Trome.
At the age of 13, Josue Toval Zavaleta, known as ‘Ramset’, discovered his taste for freestyle (rap and improvisation). Photos: Trome.

Peruvian who respects himself. At 13 years old, Josue Toval Zavaleta, known as ‘Ramset’, he discovered his taste for freestyle (rap and improvisation) and since then he has not stopped. He has participated in different championships, one of them has been the Red Bull Batallas de los Gallos 2021, where he did not reach the final, but his presentation won the applause of his peers.

Today, at 22 years old, he encourages the young people of San Juan de Lurigancho to continue in the world of freestyle, as he points out that this musical style entertains the mind, develops improvisation skills and removes vices.

“Freestyle is more than a hobby, it is a form of expression, so practicing it will help us communicate better. Before this style was not widely spread because it was not well seen by some people, now it is the opposite. We even compete in international events. I, for example, participated in Spain two years ago “, says ‘Ramset’, who studied music for a couple of months at the National Library.

He is convinced that in his neighborhood of San Juan de Lurigancho there is a lot of potential for this movement, therefore, he will continue to guide children and adolescents who want to enter and continue in the world of rap and improvisation.

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