Monthly Archives: March 2014

Another Meeting

…and it was to be an important one. Saul arranged for us to meet with the Ministry of Education from La Entrada, and the directors of Plan International to discuss piloting a computer based learning program. They have three communities that are eager to start, but I think we need to pilot it in one

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The Mayatan Bilingual School

We toured the Mayatan bilingual school and met with teachers and the communications/fundraising director to hear about the school, its history and about its students. 47% of the students attending this excellent school would normally not be able to afford it, and are there on scholarship.   Karen, Scott and Christiane ask questions about the

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Whirlwind Day

The first day of our trip is always “communication and planning” day. It means meeting with my key people here to arrange project visits and transportation to the communities. The computer based learning program was started in El Chilar. Adin is the teacher in the community school, and the person who agreed to pilot the

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Our trip to the hills (part2) – Public Health in action in rural Honduras

    We loaded up the examining table and resources for a health fair in Colon….then headed to a community a half hour down the road…. This is me trying out the examining table before they take it up the hill to set up in a local house to do prenatal checks The nurse and

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Our trip to the hills (part 1) – The Nueva Armenia clinic

…to see the new Maternity clinic in progress. Scott, Karen, Christiane and I viewed the clinic, had an update by the foreman, and visited with the nurses. Much of the staff was in another community doing community public health rounds.

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Books and Bullets: An Afghan Story

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Afghanistan eNEWS: Halfway to 100 Classrooms!

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Kenya 2014 Teacher Training Trip AD

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