Support Sustainability for Guatemalan Farmers

Aug 3, 2012

Update: Sustainability for Guatemalan Farmers

Thank you for your continued support of Agros communities like Villa Linda in Guatemala! Great things are happening in this community as families break the cycle of poverty and transform their lives through agricultural development and land ownership.

You may notice that this update is formatted slightly differently than others in the past.  Due to the additional information that has been added to our reports, they will only come out twice a year. However, we have created a special edition just for those of you who support Agros communities through GlobalGiving – so you will still be getting updates four times a year! The special editions will focus on the latest developments in the community as well as include the story of an Agros community member.

We hope you will enjoy the newest update, and welcome any feedback that you may have. Thank you again for joining with our community members as they journey out of poverty. This would not be possible without your support. 



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Thanks to 117 donors like you, a total of $16,385 was raised for this project on GlobalGiving. Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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Seattle, Washington, United States

Project Leader

Christa Countryman

Grants Manager, Resource Development
Seattle, WA United States

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