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

Boys from fourth and fifth grade draw during a class break in the occupied land of La Confianza.  Despite the daily possibility of eviction, the families here are building their dream community. Photo credit: Stephon Barbour

 
By Stephen Bartlett of Agricultural Missions
Originally posted on the Honduran Eye Witness Blog
February 21, 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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