The Artisan Support Program
With enhanced brand identity and World Free Trade Organization (WFTO) status, representatives of the Ojalá! entrepreneur cooperative attended a week long home décor trade show in Atlanta. The show proved successful:
The success driven by the Ojalá! trade show appearance led to signing on for another trade show in July and increased sales projections for 2012 to $47,000.
The Community Infrastructure and Leadership
Your support for community-led projects promotes leadership development among adults and youth and increases quality of life and unity within Nicaraguan communities.
The communities’ coordination resulted in the provision of affordable bus transportation for students at the cost of $.40 per student per day. This illustrates the community’s support for Community Economic Development projects, and is another example of how Nicaraguans invest their time and skills to improve life for families in their community.
Lessons Learned in Nicaragua
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