Read The Hunger Project-Mexico's December 2011 newsletter, which gives highlights about: an investor trip from Sweden and the United States; a bridge built by village partners in Zacatecas; celebrating international days of significance through a radio program; participatory rural appraisal in Oaxaca; and other THP-Mexico partnerships.
Josefina Martínez was once reliant upon family members living in Zacatecas for money to buy food and support her children. Now, she has a highly successful plant nursery that allows her to provide for her family and serve as an example in her community.
During 2011, women and men from rural regions were empowered to ensure the prosperity of their communities through agricultural, educational and nutritional activities and trainings. THP-Mexico leadership provided an integral voice for our rural partners in local and national government forums.