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Trees, Water & People 2013 Annual Report

The year 2013 was a powerful time for making new commitments, but also for completing some of our most needed and ambitious projects. It was a time when our nation was struggling still, but slowly improving from a period of fiscal instability. 71 more words

Sustainable Development

Rural communities show holistic progress

A holistic community, in my opinion, is a community that has applied the key elements of community development: equality, equity and realistic. To attain development, a positive change must be addressed toward a specific culture or group for a healthy and fulfilling life. 1,033 more words

The Gringa Effect

Throwback Thursday: To that time Honduras was safe for youth...

Looking at AMIGOS pictures last week, and thinking realistically about where some of those youth are now is a very sad reflection.

To Los Hondurenos: 624 more words

Salvation Army In Bell Proposes Shelter To House 136 Undocumented Children

BELL (CBSLA.com) — The Salvation Army in Bell made a proposal Wednesday that won cheers and jeers.

At a Bell City Council meeting, the organization proposed housing and providing shelter for 136 undocumented children. 219 more words


…avtobus nas pelje…v Nikaragvo!

Po šestih (6) chicken busih, treh (3) shuttlih, triciklu in taksiju, sva po trinajstih (13) urah potovanja prišla do mesta Leon v Nikaragvi. 


Solidarity actions as Hondurans resist 5 years of coup government

Roger’s note: there are similarities between what happened in Honduras and what is happening today in the Ukraine.  In both cases, democratically elected governments were overthrown with either active or tacit support of the CIA and other U.S. 436 more words

Roger Hollander