Category: Partner Visits
Hurricanes Eta & Iota Take Heavy Toll in Central America, Mexico
Two massive hurricanes have devastated communities across Central America and Mexico. Rampant flooding and landslides in mountainous areas have taken lives and forced thousands to evacuate. Our partners in Nicaragua,
COVID-19 Impact on Coffee-Farming Families & Cause for Hope
In the two months since our previous update, the impacts of COVID-19 have become more evident in the countries where we work. Across Latin America, concerns are growing about the
Making Connections & Sparking Collaboration in Nicaragua
Connecting coordinators from different organizations creates camaraderie & collaboration.
Cultivating Confidence: Women Lead on Food Security, Community Development
Women and men at COMEPCAFE are working to revitalize traditional crops and create thriving local food systems. International Day of Rural Women is celebrated on October 15th, World Food Day
Coffee that Matters: Allegro & Food 4 Farmers in Guatemala
Jessica Brooks (right) is a coffee buyer at Allegro Coffee. She recently traveled with Food 4 Farmers to Guatemala to visit our newest partner ACODIHUE, along with Maya Ixil, an
Space,Time & Dreams
We’re gathered together on plastic chairs around two sheets of butcher paper tacked to a wall of the warehouse, the lingering smell of green coffee surrounding us. At other times
Coffee and Honey: Changing the World Together
Food 4 Farmers Board Member Bill Mares travels to Chiapas, Mexico, and chronicles the impact of beekeeping and honey on coffee-farming families.
Women of SOPPEXCCA Launch Organic Farmers’ Market
Gloria Talavera of SOPPEXCCA Gloria Talavera stood in front of the audience at the University of Northern Nicaragua sharing stories about her garden. This wasn’t a garden club gathering, but
Philz Coffee Features Food 4 Farmers Partnership
We traveled to Nicaragua with the team from Philz Coffee to see the great progress our partner SOPPEXCCA is making to build stronger livelihoods and better nutrition for coffee-farming families
Celebrate International Womens’ Day
For us, every day is International Women's Day. Throughout Latin America, we get to see what women can do when they have access to the right tools, skills, and knowledge.
Update from SOPPEXCCA
From Marcela: In Spanish there is a saying 'No es lo mismo verla venir, que bailar con ella' or, 'It's not the same to see her coming, than to dance