Panama Press Release: Colonial quarter at Panama City breaks poverty cycle.

A pioneer program at Casco Antiguo is changing the lives of underprivileged residents.

A year ago, Julia Sánchez was living on $5 per day, juggling to feed and educate her 4 children. But when she registered at CAPTA, a program that provides local women of Casco Antiguo with hotel training, her life changed. She got a steady job in a hotel in town and today, a year later, from surviving and feeding the kids her goals have changed to learning English, studying a full career and moving into a better home.

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