• The Fight for the Right to Water in Suchitoto, El Salvador

    An Active Generation, Creating Changes As part of a campaign for the approval of a law for integrated water management in El Salvador, the forum “Water, public patrimony and life in Suchitoto” took place this past March 31st in the Alejandro Cotto theater, where more than 370 people gathered. They hoped to learn more about

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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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  • Book Review: Parachuting Cats into Borneo: And Other Lessons from the Change Café

    Parachuting Cats into Borneo: And Other Lessons from the Change Café By Axel Klimek and Alan AtKisson, 2016. Yes! It’s true. In the 1950s the World Health Organization (WHO) supported a call to create positive change in Borneo by parachuting 14,000 cats into the country! With their somewhat surprising arrival, the cats significantly helped decrease

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  • SERES Spotlight: Wilson Sánchez, El Papaturro, El Salvador

    Inspiring and Transforming Youth The Northern Triangle, made up of the countries of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, is a region that has many natural resources and a great diversity of cultures. But perhaps its most important resource is…Youth! More than 52% of the population is under the age of 25. Now more than ever,

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