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Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes was born on 16 September, 1983 in Jocotenango, Guatemala, is a Teacher. At 37 years old, Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes height not available right now. We will update Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes's height soon as possible.
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|Popular As||Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes|
|Age||37 years old|
|Born||16 September 1983|
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Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes Weight & Measurements
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Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes worth at the age of 37 years old? Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes’s income source is mostly from being a successful Teacher. He is from Guatemalan. We have estimated Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Teacher|
Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes Social Network
|Wikipedia||Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes Wikipedia|
Romero Fuentes has impacted over one thousand lives of children ranging from four to twenty-one years old. The non-profit organization, JustWorld International, “provides educations, nutrition, health and hygiene, as well as leadership and cultural development programs for children and young adults, aged four to eighteen.” Romero Fuentes teamed up with JustWorld International to help support impoverished communities in Cambodia, Guatemala, and Honduras. Los Patojos has not only changed the lives of so many children, but also people who have seen his work. Romero Fuentes encourages children to want to be better people and make them want to help other people because they recognize all of the good that Romero Fuentes does to the community. An idea that somebody thought of from observing Romero Fuentes' work is to make a shelter for kids. One person with the ability to spark a flame in each one of the kids he helps has had an impact one could only imagine. Ultimately, he made a huge difference in the community and then applying it to a global scale, he was able to save kids’ lives.
Romero Fuentes, being the only Latin American nominated, was honored as a top 10 CNN Hero in 2014. His award led CNN’s sponsor, Subaru, to donate $250,000 to Los Patojos. Romero Fuentes stated that he did not do this for the attention and reward, but rather to build a better community that is useful to others. He wanted the children of Guatemala to avoid drugs, violence, and poverty as much as possible because he did not want children to experience the things he had to experience growing up. The main focus was to give children a better present so they can live a better future. JustWorld International has supported Los Patojos since the year of 2008 because they take pride in helping over 1,000 children find good education, nutrition, development, and all of the resources that Los Patojos offers.
Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes' (born in 1983) is the person behind the program called "Los Patojos" with the efforts of making children's lives better in Guatemala in a way that is affordable and effective. He works very hard to make this non-profit organization to be successful for the children and make it fun for the children to come by having a variety of activities everyday. He works to better people's lives and better his community.
Romero Fuentes was born September 16, 1983. He was raised in Jocotenango, a small neighborhood outside Antigua, Guatemala by his parents, Rudy Romero and María Fuentes. Romero Fuentes witnessed a lot of his friends turning to violence and drug related gangs while he grew up. He soon realized while he was a teacher that his students were growing up in similar conditions. He very quickly came to acknowledge that life living in poverty and violence seemed to feel inescapable to Guatemalan youth, unfortunately, this is a continuous issue in this country. According to the United Nations, Guatemala has the fifth worst homicide rate. He came into contact with families that were falling apart based on different factors such as parents being unemployed, with no more hope or motivation to keep on going. Romero Fuentes' childhood, among other children's, is what led to him to take action and develop the facility and program Los Patojos.