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Stories of Transformation with ADCASMUS – Part 2

21 Sep, 2020 - By

The Story of Farmers in San Juan Opico The municipality of San Juan Opico is located in the Department of La Libertad, in western El Salvador. Here, the programming conducted by ADCASMUS consisted of supporting the organic cultivation of basic granaos, such as corn, beans and sorghum, among smallholder farmers. Prior to the organisation’s involvement […]

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Stories of Transformation with ADCASMUS – Part 3

21 Sep, 2020 - By

Aida’s Story: Aida Guzmán, small business owner and single mother of four Aida Guzmán was also the recipient of a microcredit loan, provided by ADCADMUS. As a single mother of four children, two girls and two boys, Aida chose to invest her loan into the purchase and sale of cosmetic products. This brought Aida significant […]

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Stories of Transformation with ADCASMUS – Part 4

21 Sep, 2020 - By

Rosa’s Story: Rosa Evelia Henriquez, 65-year-old small business owner In 2011, following Tropical Depression 12E, a cyclone that ravaged Central America, Rosa Evelia Henriquez lost her home and personal possessions. The disaster left her community uninhabitable, and forced her family to relocate elsewhere. As ADCADMUS launched a microcredit program in the community she newly joined, […]

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WA Intern Paper – Canada & Guatemala

08 Sep, 2020 - By

Juhi Shah – August 2020 I am Juhi Shah, a student of Masters in International Development at the University of Waterloo, Canada. My research interest includes working on gender equality by providing sustainable opportunities to women. As part of my course, I interned with World Accord from May to August 2020, where I worked with […]

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