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  • Mikaela Wants Us To Get Out Of Our Comfort Zone

    María Mikaela Yac Salanic is 22 years old and since September 2013 she is a part of SERES. She is one of many young SERES leaders believing a better future is possible. “Every action makes an impact” she says when we meet her in our annual summit. “So, what I want to see is that

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    From Nicaragua with hope, open letter from Abigail

    Dear good living schemers: Water is a living force that travels through our planet and enables life. I think about this resource and I feel a flow of energy across myself. SERES became the opportunity to dedicate all my willingness toward its defense, and now, I want to talk about it. Guatemala’s water situation is

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    Antonio letter from Honduras

    Friday 12 February 2016 (Tela, Honduras) Dear SERES friends, I am writing to you with lots of joy and hope from the city of Tela in Honduras. We have held a four-day gathering among ten youth-focused organizations from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and representatives of the Inter-American Foundation. Throughout our time together we have learned

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    Experiencing Guatemala through a student lens

    Nicky Cuevas, is a great friend of Seres. She travelled to Guatemala to get in touch with our project. She just wrote a letter to her friends explaining her experience. It’s always amazing to receive this kind of email, so we decided to share it with you. “Dear Friends, I don’t normally do this, but I am

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    What we’ve learned from our first crowd fund experience

    People who dream about a different world often don’t have another way of discovering their path other than just going out and doing it. We call it making the path by walking. For many fellow change makers and pioneering leaders, you’ll know just what this is like: that fine line between being “ready”, and just