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Guatemala Farmer-to-Farmer Program Highlights

Partners’ Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) program is playing an important role in strengthening rural development in Guatemala by upgrading capacity-building, supporting rural value chains with high potential for impact, focusing on gender, and facilitating strategic alliances with public, academic, private, and international cooperation. 

3 Reasons to Not Miss Partners’ Bilingualism Workshop

In 2010 I served as a fellow of the Fulbright Garcia-Robles program, teaching English for one school year in a technological university in Morelos, Mexico. A few weeks into the first semester, I thought to myself, how can I link up these students with classrooms back in the States? After all, in my opinion, immersion paired with practice is the best way to truly master a foreign language.

Partners' New Sport Program Gives Honduran Children Hope to Finish School

While Latin America has made remarkable progress in making education accessible for all over the last decade, not many youth are actually graduating high school, and even fewer going on to receive advanced degrees. It is estimated that between now and 2040 nearly 40 percent of the Latin American workforce will lack a high school degree.  

Coffee and Climate Change

A report recently released by the Climate Institute titled "A Brewing Storm: The climate change risks to coffee" uses existing data and information compiled from a variety of studies to indicate that climate change will have a strong negative effect on the global coffee supply.

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