Projects in Central America

You may be interested to know that the Taking Time Personal Development course helps to support community development projects in Central America. 

Central America is where the course has its roots and where I lived for many years.

In 2020 and 2021, we will be supporting projects in the Western Highlands of Honduras.

One project will help 30 families in the village of Los Linderos who have been affected by tropical storms and damage to their homes and crops. 

Another project will enable 20 young people from the village of Los Puentes to study for the equivalent of Scottish Highers. Both villages are in the municipality of Opatoro, close to the border with El Salvador. 

The projects will be coordinated by Feliciano Martínez, a teacher and community leader, who can be seen in photo 4 giving classes from his home and, in photo 5, (top right hand corner) with students and teachers at a recent graduation.

You are very welcome to support these projects and can do so by clicking on this donations link. Or click the "Donate Now" button below.

New graduates in February 2021
Graduation ceremony attended by their proud families

Many congratulations to Juana Araceli, Kelli Maria, Mayra Gisela, Merari, Carlos Alberto, Henry, Jayron Josué, Nery Eliezer, Pedro Antonio and Victor Edgardo, ten young people from the community of Los Puentes in the western Highlands of Honduras.  After much dedication to their studies, they have passed their “Bachillerato” in Sciences and Humanities, (equivalent of Scottish Highers), and are pictured at their graduation ceremony, held on Saturday 20 February 2021.

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