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The Ramirez-Lainez Family recently moved into their new house: "This new house is making a difference because now I feel safer."
The women of the Stitching Hope fabric art and sewing cooperative have new hope in the midst of struggle.
Patricia has wanted to be a musician for years. Her tenacity and the Cultural Center is making it possible.
Claribel and her family's lives have changed thanks to running water in their house.
Iliana maintains a hope that will not be deterred in the face of hardship. She says, "There is no impossible dream, you just have to make it come true."
Lesbia is a hard-working wife, mother, grandmother, and leader for Chacraseca, the community where she lives and where she was born. She says, "The satisfaction of being a leader is working hand by hand with my community."
Ilce, a teacher in Chacraseca, talks about the struggles of teaching during the pandemic and what she holds dear from JustHope's cultural exchange trips.
Dr. Sampson improves his quality of care with a new air compressor.
Martha shares the benefits of "green" stoves and her recipes for gallo pinto and tortillas.
Geycil is a 3rd year nursing student, juggling family, work, and school.
Nicolás tends his coffee plantation, focusing on "growing, improving and being better each day."
COVID vaccine campaign runs at the clinic in Chacraseca for 2 days.
The 2021 Wine for Water fundraiser was an incredible success, thanks to your efforts.
The youth at the Cultural Center wrote a song to help bind the community together.
Urania Pérez loves doing labs as she studies Natural Science at university.
Come celebrate with us this Thursday eveing at Wine for Water 2021: Building Tomorrow Together.
The Wine for Water auction in now open for bids: Don't miss your chance!
Geissell uses her microloan to raise livestock both large and tiny.
Abi and Lynne show how collaboration works for teaching music across borders.
I am Saraí de Los Ángeles Cajina Romero, and I am 8 years old. I am in 2nd grade and I am from a small sector in the community of Chacraseca called La Concepción. JustHope's backpack scholarships are important to me because...
Elba, our Social Enterprise Coordinator, witnessed this act of kindness on the flooded roads of Chacraseca. “It was dangerous,” she says, because the water was deep. “But it was beautiful… a small act filled with kindness and solidarity.”
Maria prayed every day for a house and never gave up. Now, she and her husband and boys have a new home.
Register now for Wine for Water 2021: Building Tomorrow Together.
The women's sewing collective, Stitching Hope, takes on a variety of projects, including making quinceañera dresses.
On the Model Farm, a field has just been planted with yuca. No, not "yucca". Yuca! Also known as cassava. Find out more about this tropical staple.
Valeria is a recent graduate with a degree in medical technology and is eager to put her knowledge and skills to work supporting her family and community in Chacraseca.
Last November, when a pair of hurricanes hit Chacraseca within two weeks of each other, Nimia’s house was flooded beyond repair. Learn about how her enterprising work is building her new home.
When faced with the prospect of signing for a loan, Maria Cristina Lopez had a problem...
Quick News is JustHope's new weekly news tidbit. In this inaugural issue, you can learn about how JustHope has supported a family from La Flor who welcomed triplets born this spring.