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n Honduras more than 1.5 million campesinas have no access to credits because they don´t have titles to the land they are working on. But an organization has presented a new law to Congress with the hopes of changing this. Our Central American correspondent Gerardo Torres has more. http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/campesinas-in-honduras-demand-for-credit/
Meet Olga, one of the 24 women who started a small business in Germania Village Honduras thanks to the project "Rise up and walk" funded by Misean cara and supported by the Good Shepherd International Foundation, that gave them business training and micro-credit. Learn how this small business has changed her life and get inspired by her story.
Continue reading here: http://www.richardbangs.com/2014/04/travel-tip-4-travel-wallet-safe/ What did I learn in Honduras? 1) Never separate yourself from your credit cards or important documents. Hotel-room safes can be reset by hotel staff, so not all of these safes are necessarily trustworthy. 2) Scan your passport and keep in your phone and computer, and email to family or friends. Do same with air reservation numbers, driver's license and credit cards you plan to bring with you. 3) Make sure your personal property insurance, or credit card company, covers for loss or theft abroad.
How Honduras Changed My Life: 24 men traveled to Honduras to build a church, a house, and four concrete floors. But most importantly, God built relationships among the people that were there. Thank you Honduras for your beauty, your stories, and your people. Also, much thanks and credit goes to Steven Houston for helping film and edit.
Nepal vs Honduras Military Strength Ranking 2017 The finalized Global Firepower ranking relies on over 50 factors to determine a given nation's PowerIndex score. Music Credit: NoCopyrightSounds Image Credit: Google Information Credit: globalfirepower
Travel Warning Honduras Jan. 23, 2017 - Video Update Feb. 6, 2017 The Department of State warns U.S. citizens to carefully consider the risks of travel to the Department of Gracias a Dios in Honduras. In addition, the greater urban areas of San Pedro Sula, Tegucigalpa, and La Ceiba have notably high crime and violence rates. This replaces the Honduras Travel Warning dated August 5, 2016. (Source: State Department) Photo Credit: Flickr, Google Maps Interview: Paula Twidale, Collette Tours
Traveling to Roatan? This video will show you 9 amazing things to do in Roatan. You can find more detailed information about any of the 9 activities on the blog which will help you plan your trip! Link here: http://www.littlebirdietravel.com/roatan-travel-blog There are also more detailed videos on the Youtube channel, you can check out the ROATAN PLAYLIST HERE: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpWnFendLUpgPi2z6898Y8no3P971_a4W SUBSCRIBE TO CHANNEL HERE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkAVjiwQyqPGHXW6YVJQugw MORE ROATAN VIDEOS: Half Moon Bay Roatan - I’ll Show You Best Entrance to Swim and Snorkel! https://youtu.be/RPwmB3-mpVg Zipline To The Beach - Gumbalimba Park https://youtu.be/EAG6qxl8xzI West Bay Beach Snorkeling - Find out where on the beach to snorkel for free! https:/...
This video learn more about Honduras tourist attractions. we have 10 list of vacation spots and attractions in honduras, includes Roatan, Copan, Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve and etc. photo credit: Cayos Cochinos by Oisin Prendiville www.flickr.com/photos/prendio2/4002978790 Rio Cangrejal by Andrew Baskett www.flickr.com/photos/iwantcheese/4288687941 Comayagua Street Carpets by John Asselin www.flickr.com/photos/26362110@N00/2350739696 Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve by International Rivers www.flickr.com/photos/internationalrivers/7262486996 Guanaja by Sonja Stark www.flickr.com/photos/pilotgirl/8456690439 Punta Sal by Laura Knight www.flickr.com/photos/laurahknight/2478174954 Lago de Yojoa by Ben Beiske www.flickr.com/photos/benbeiske/4862752037 Utila by Rene Mayorga www.flickr.co...
How do you drop points against Honduras if you're the USA... Disappointing. They outplayed us all match so all credit to them but there is no heart in this team! Goal Video Credit: BeIn Sports- https://twitter.com/beINSPORTSUSA/status/905210603165421569 Planet Futbol- https://twitter.com/si_soccer/status/905192155559448581?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.si.com%2Fsoccer%2F2017%2F09%2F05%2Fusa-honduras-world-cup-qualifying-goals-video-pulisic-dempsey-wood
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Credit: Maria Pinel | Date Taken: 01/22/2016 Admiral Kurt Tidd, Commander of U.S. Southern Command, visited Soto Cano Air Base last Friday to learn about JTF-Bravo's capabilities and to speak to the troops on how important their role is for SOUTHCOM's mission in the region.
A small Saskatchewan town is rallying around a family who is set to be deported soon after Canada Day. The family of four has been living in Moosomin for several years, as their refugee claim dragged on. Now their appeals are exhausted and the family is being told they will be sent back to Honduras in a few weeks. http://www.cbc.ca/1.4158381 Credit Journalist: Stefani Langenegger Interviewer: Jill Morgan
http://democracynow.org - Honduran indigenous and environmental organizer Berta Cáceres has been assassinated in her home in Honduras. She was one of the leading organizers for indigenous land rights in Honduras. In 1993, she co-founded the National Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras, or COPINH. For years, the group faced death threats and repression as they stood up to mining and dam projects that threatened to destroy their community. Last year, Cáceres won the Goldman Environmental Prize, the world’s leading environmental award. We hear Cáceres in her own words and speak to her nephew, Silvio Carrillo, and her longtime friend Beverly Bell. Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs weekdays on nearly 1,400 TV and radio stations Monday through ...
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A description of the co benefits the project provides in addition to substantial carbon emission reductions.