Planting Hope 

The agriculture education programs of Semilla Nueva are fighting poverty in Guatemala and reducing the need for migration north

The U.S.-Mexico border is an omen for tragedy. But, sadly, to many people living south of these lands, this hell monster also marks the anticipated arrival for a new life in this country. Every year, millions of undocumented migrants from all corners…

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