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18-year-old Millie Rose, who first visited Nicaragua in 2015, is spending 4 months working in CEPAD’s office before starting an International Development course at Portsmouth University. We asked her to share a little about her impressions of CEPAD’s work — particularly after the recent flooding and the political situation.
“When I come into Nicaraguan airspace I can feel my soul re-enter my body.” Those of you who’ve been there will resonate with those words of Nicaraguan author Gioconda Belli. I felt something similar when I returned there in February, co-leading the recent Amos trip." Peter Bone shares his thoughts about his return visit to Nicaragua.
Katie Hagley shares an update from CEPAD, our partner in Nicaragua, about the current political situation.
"Through this programme CEPAD partners with rural Nicaraguan villages for 5 years of training, which focuses on supporting the community in the areas that they identify as most important for their development." Fresh from an Amos visit to Nicaragua, Katie Hagley writes about how the community of Teustepe is flourishing.
"This is a farm so the cacophony of noise since 5am has been ‘like a farmyard’ with howler monkeys sounding somewhere between a very loud arrogant cockerel to a kind of cow." Debbie O'Brien shares her thoughts after a recent Amos trip to Nicaragua.
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