In this video, Freny Pineda Murillo points out that the residents along the River Choluteca use the water for all of their basic needs. This community, like many others, have been excluded by government agencies due to negligence and incompetence.
See related article, The Choluteca River is Drying Up.
See related article, The Politics of Making Drinking Water Accessible.
The following video is about the Tabaco, Café, y Chocolate Store in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Michelle describes the products, locally developed and produced, which promote Honduras’ finest agricultural offerings: tobacco, coffee, and cacao. The store features their own chocolate business brand: NOM NOM. Michelle has been working with the company for six years.
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I hope and pray these wonderful people find help in themselves and in their communities for a future befitting their place in our world as fellow human beings.