Business as government: Capitalizing on disaster in post-earthquake Haiti


February 29, 2012
by Deepa Panchang and Beverly Bell

                                                                       

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Gains for Well Being in Land Settlement, Bajo Aguan, Honduras

By Stephen Bartlett of Agricultural Missions
Originally posted on the Honduran Eye Witness Blog
February, 2012
 
At the settlement called La Confianza 15 minutes outside of Tocoa children in grades Kinder, 1, 2, 5 and 6 sat on long boards perched atop concrete blocks, organized by grade cordoned off by large tarps.  The open sided
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International Human Rights Observatory Confronts Militarized Zone


Originally posted on the Honduras Eyewitness blog by international delegates in Bajo Aguan, Honduras, which includes members of Agricultural Missions and Other Worlds.

International Human Rights Observatory Confronts Militarized Zone

Approximately 40 international human rights observers and international press were detained on Sunday afternoon February 19 during a tense confrontation en route to the Rigores and Maranion settlements of formerly landless family farmers in the Bajo Aguan valley of Honduras. 

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