We are so pleased and honored to share some news of amazing support that we have recently received from the band U2. CEPAD’s founder, Gustavo Parajón, was a very humble man who quietly developed friendships with many influential people around the world. He almost never shared about these relationships outside of his own family. Dr. […]
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Santos Gladys Rizo is a mother of 6 children and a farmer in the village of El Bramadero 2. Before she started working with CEPAD she had almost no trees on her land. Now, thanks to training and a water capture system she has begun to reforest her land and has diversified her crops so […]
The Nicaraguan diet is as delicious as it is simple. The typical breakfast is the gallo pinto, refried rice and beans. For many rural families, the gallo pinto is not only a breakfast dish, but more of a main diet that they have for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. And more often than not, it is […]
Gang violence in countries like El Salvador and Honduras has created a refugee problem for families in Central America. Many go to Nicaragua where your support of CEPAD means they can start over without fear. Karla is one of those affected by this violence. Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere while also being […]