Charity Project in Brazil "Der kleine Nazareno"

"We at AMAZONAS have personally visited this project on site, and it moved us deeply. We were so convinced by the work being done there that we've committed to supporting it with 20,000 Euros annually. This way, we, and you as a customer, not only bring employment and progress to Brazil through hammock production, but also help create a brighter future for Brazilian street children.”

In Brazil, about 32,000 children live utterly neglected on the streets. Every day, they battle for survival against harsh realities: hunger, cold, prostitution, and drugs, all while living in constant fear of violent attacks by gangs and the police.


To provide these children with a chance at a decent life, the association "Der Kleine Nazareno e.V." was founded in 1994. Over the past twenty years, two Nazareno villages have been established, providing a new home for over 110 children.


The Nazareno villages, situated outside the city centers of Fortaleza and Recife, offer the children accommodation where they receive round-the-clock care. From their first day, they attend state-approved schools, with the option to progress to secondary education. Starting at age 15, their education is supplemented with practical vocational training.

The children are further supported in their job search and are accompanied step by step until they can independently stand on their own two feet. We maintain regular and close contact with the founder and director of the aid organization, ensuring our support is targeted and effective.