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Jun 3, 2011

Update - Sustainability for Guatemalan Farmers

We are so grateful for your continued support of Agros villages in Guatemala like Villa Linda!

We are excited to share with you the Winter 2011 update for the community of Villa Linda.  This update is also available on our website at http://www.agros.org/ag/villagepdfs/VillaLinda.pdf. The report examines the village’s development though initiatives like coffee and cardamom crops, and trainings like adult literacy classes.  Thanks to your support, the families of communities in Guatemala like Villa Linda have been empowered to work their way out of poverty.

In addition to these more recent updates, the report also features annual indicators that are used to measure the progress of the village over time, so that you can track the community's journey.

As always, we’d welcome any feedback you may have about these reports.  Thanks again for your partnership in helping families to escape the cycle of generational poverty in Guatemala!

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Agros International

Seattle, Washington, United States
http://www.agros.org

Project Leader

Christa Countryman

Grants Manager, Resource Development
Seattle, WA United States

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