“At just 16 years old, José Guillermo González is possibly the youngest entrepreneur in Tegucigalpa.”

  At just 16 years old, José Guillermo González is possibly the youngest entrepreneur in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. “My career as a businessman began at the age 8. I would buy stickers, pencils and albums and sell them in school. Today, I own and manage Te invito, my tea […]

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Hotel Taselotzin-Nahuatl Women Form a Collective and Build A Dream

  In 1985, Juanita, María Petra, Joaquina, Cristina, Teresa, Florencia, Dolores and Rufina took a big risk. They followed the advice of a student from the Autonomous Metropolitan University (UAM), who told the indigenous women that their embroidery could turn profitable beyond their home community of Cuetzalan. The enterprising […]

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Migrants Choose Mexico-Set Out To Rebuild Their Lives on Azteca Soil

The pursuit of The American Dream has propelled Central American migrant caravans on a perilous journey to the U.S. border. Once in Tijuana, members of the caravan face endless waiting periods to meet with immigration agents of the United States. After sleeping in the streets, staying in overcrowded […]

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Migrant Father-A journey on foot to the US for Lesly

  Three months ago, Juan Alberto Matheu, a Honduran father, made the difficult decision to leave Honduras on foot to get to the U.S. border to ask for asylum. Juan Alberto is part of the caravan that left Honduras two months ago in search of hope for a […]

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Honduras To Host its First International Maquilas Forum in San Pedro Sula, on  November 27-29

Honduras is gearing up to host its first World Maquilas Forum. The three-day event will be held in San Pedro Sula on  November 27-29. Honduras offers numerous incentives for foreign investment that benefits foreign industry and the local population and economy. Interested parties can register online. The Registration Fee of […]

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A New Era-Meet Carlos Calleja, the Trailblazing Presidential Candidate of El Salvador that is Reenergizing Hope

  Meet Carlos Calleja, Presidential Candidate for El Salvador, 2019.  “I am Salvadorian. I come from a hard-working family. I am the son of Francisco Calleja and Maureen Hakker, from whom I learned the example of strength, the value of family and the harvest of effort. I am […]

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The Mayan Train-Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador Showcases Magical Mexico

To boost tourism in southern Mexico, President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador has proposed investing between 120 and 150 billion pesos in a train that will integrate the Mayan region. Part of this vision connects Tabasco, Chiapas, Campeche, Yucatan and Quintana Roo through a modern train system that would […]

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US Officials Warn El Salvador of Negotiating Ports and Island with China

No one has shown interest in the huge port El Salvador built 8 years ago to attract international concessions and boost its economy.  To this date, the massive project has cost El Salvador more than $ 200 million. Although the government passed special laws to allow concessions for […]

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“Yes to Scholars, No to Hitmen,”Andrés Manuel López Obrador Outlines Ambitious 6-Part Initiative focused on Mexican Youth Education & Work Life

Andrés Manuel López Obrador has a plan to heal Mexico’s youth from a life of crime, illiteracy, and unemployment. The solution is not more jails or using the military to imprison young criminals. He has publicly stated that he does not believe in retributive justice or an eye […]

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In Mexican Education Forum, 9-year-old Xóchitl Guadalupe Cruz López gives a speech asking Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to save Science Education.

Last week, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, President-Elect of Mexico participated in his first Educational Forum in Chiapas, Mexico. This forum is part of a series of debates that Lopez Obrador is launching on a variety of topics important to Mexico’s welfare. This forum’s focus was on the topic […]

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