Microfinance Along Honduras’ Northern Coast

Adelante’s blog has moved! We have brought our blog over to our website to keep all of our content in the same place. We will continue to post short summaries here with link a link to both our English AND Spanish versions so that you can continue to follow our blog from wordpress.

This most recent post is written by a new intern with us, Roos Saalbrink. Here, she writes about her impressions from the field since starting with us earlier this month. Her travels include three different zones of our La Ceiba Branch Office, from the rural outskirts of San Juan Pueblo to the west, to communities past Jutiapa in the east, as well as the Olanchito zone from our Tocoa Branch Office. To read her blog post in English, follow this link: http://adelantefoundation.org/en/read-our-blog/42-from-the-field/173-microfinance-along-honduras-northern-coast

Adelante ha pasado el blog a nuestro sitio web para mantener todo nuestro contenido ahí, y también para poder tener una versión en español. Aquí seguiremos con resúmenes breves con el enlace a nuestro nuevo blog para continuar compartiendo el blog de wordpress. Nuestro nuevo artículo es escrito por una nueva voluntaria, Roos Saalbrink. Ella escribe de sus observaciones en el campo desde empezar con nosotros al principio del mes. Ella ha viajado a tres de nuestras zonas de la Agencia de La Ceiba, en las afueras de San Juan Pueblo por el oeste hasta las comunidades rurales afuera de Jutiapa en el este. También ha visitado la zona de Olanchito servido por nuestra Agencia de Tocoa. Para leerlo en español, haz clic en el siguiente enlace: http://adelantefoundation.org/es/lea-nuesto-blog/42-from-the-field/173-microfinance-along-honduras-northern-coast

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About Gina C

My interest in Latin America first brought me to Guayaquil, Ecuador for a short term summer program. One year later, I returned for a full semester. I graduated from SUNY New Paltz in New Paltz, NY in May 2012 with a BA degree in International Relations, having also minored in Spanish. My internship experiences while abroad allowed me to gain knowledge regarding the social issues faced by Latin Americans, while other volunteer positions including an ongoing Spanish translation position with Kiva have allowed me to put my Spanish skills to use. My involvement with Kiva as both a lender and translator inspired me to pursue and accept my current position as the International Development Coordinator for Adelante Foundation in Honduras.

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