• Another Look at the Alliance for Prosperity

    Questioning the inter-regional agreement which seeks to deter migration from Central America while ignoring its root causes Climate Change and Central American Migrants The recently released Global Climate Risk Index (2016) reconfirmed the fact that it is generally the less developed countries and poorest regions of the world that are the most vulnerable to the

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  • Ambassadors of El Salvador: Creating Community, Transforming the Local

    The majority of young people have dreams for their lives, and many want to leave their mark for future generations, and even legacies of transformation and civic activism. Over the course of time, it is possible to strengthen a network of leaders, social transformers that emerge from the most sincere visions and the most hardworking,

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  • Exhanging ideas with ADESJU

    SERES-ADESJU Exchange of Experiences Did you know that a group of 10 young women from Huehuetenango were able to achieve a sum total of 5,000 quetzales as a loan bank for their community for one year? How do they do it? This was one of the most inspiring experiences that I took away from the

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  • Building Knowledge Together at the SERES Youth Sustainability Summit

    On the afternoon of Dec. 1st, nearly 50 youth leaders from El Salvador and Guatemala arrived at the 7th Annual SERES Youth Sustainability Summit, greeting facilitators and one another with smiles and laughs despite the hours of travel many of them had spent in order to arrive at Casa Adulam in Guatemala. Five days later,

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  • “This is the Footprint We Will Leave”: Building a Nursery in Chuacacay

    As a group, we will tell you our story… We had the opportunity to participate in the community congress in June of 2015; it was very impactful for us to see and hear about the pollution throughout the world, and to realize that in our community we have a lot as well. Our way of

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