NGOs Help Homeless in São Paulo As Temperatures Fall

NGOs help more than 26,000 homeless people who every winter try to find shelter from the cold in South America's largest city.

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Temperatures fell throughout the entire south and southeastern region of Brazil during this past weekend as a front of polar air traveled from Porto Alegre in Rio Grande do Sul to Belo Horizonte in Minas Gerais state.

South America’s largest metropolis, São Paulo, registered its coldest day in three years on Sunday, with thermometers dipping below five degrees Celsius.

In the city, more than 26,000 homeless people tried to shelter from the cold. Many were helped by some of the more than eighty volunteers of Anjos da Noite (Angels of the Night), a . . .

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