Our Spanish member Nueva Vida has recently published its 2019 Annual Report. Last year, Nueva Vida saw its beneficiaries growing and financial stability to support even more people in the years to come.

Nueva Vida provides different services to people in need in Santander, Torrelavega and Cabezon de la Sals such as services for victims of human trafficking; support for prisoners and their families; food and clothes banks; shelters for people experiencing homelessness; training for employment; and facilities for migrants and asylum seekers.

In 2019, among other achievements, Nueva Vida

  • Supported more than 450 women to escape or exit prostitution thanks to its anti-trafficking projects
  • Offered assistance with basic needs and offers long-term support to approximately 3,600 people facing poverty or extreme poverty
  • Sheltered 218 asylum seekers and opened a new centre for refugees in the Basque Country
  • Provided spiritual and material support to about 600 prisoners

We reach out to more and more people every day. Our actions are exclusively aimed at tackling the economic and social exclusion generating inequality in our society and providing material and spiritual support to those who are suffering the most”, explains Julio David García Justamante, Nueva Vida Project coordinator.

To know more about Nueva Vida’s achievements in 2019, please check their latest Annual Report.