William Case Morris

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In 1935 all the schools he had founded were taken over by the Argentinean National Council of Education. In 1949, the Argentine Government took over the original site of 'Hogar el Alba' as a home for children at risk. 'Hogar el Alba' celebrated its 75th anniversary in the year 2000, and a fifth house was added on site for the children.  Each of the five houses at 'Hogar el Alba' can accommodate twelve children with five sets of auxiliary parents independently in charge of each house. The homes currently look after about 60 children at a time of both sexes whose ages range from 5 to 20 years. The children staying in the homes receive integrated physical, academic and spiritual schooling as well as labour qualifications according to age. The homes are maintained by means of donations in aid by: The Argentine Congress, Local Government in the Province of Buenos Aries, Companies & Institutions, Camping Site, Guided Visits, Special Donations, Donations from Friends and Product Sales from the on site 'Hogar el Alba' Inn and School of Bakers which mainly sells cheese and bread. The original children's home at 'Hogar el Alba' was called 'Casa Mayer' with the other four homes named 'Casa Matrimonio Lozada', 'Casa Drysdale', Casa Canales and 'Casa de Progreso'.

'Hogar el Alba' - Casa Mayer 'Hogar el Alba' - Casa Matrimonio Lozada 'Hogar el Alba' - Casa Drysdale
Casa Mayer Casa Matrimonio Lozada Casa Drysdale
'Hogar el Alba' - Casa Canales 'Hogar el Alba' - Casa de Progreso  
Casa Canales Casa de Progreso

 

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