CEPAD Board President Roberto Baltodano, left, and Oscar Gadea, a municipal leader of Pantasma, celebrate the official opening of the new office.

This new office is closer to the seven communities we serve in Pantasma, and this week we held a celebration with presentations from community leaders on their hopes for transformation and progress with CEPAD’s accompaniment


To ensure Juana’s success with her new garden, she needs your help. Tomorrow, May 19, is the last day to donate to our Razoo campaign to support CEPAD’s family gardens program. Will you give? With your contribution, Juana and more than 100 other women will be able to grow thriving, organic gardens to have food for their families, save money and develop confidence in their abilities as providers.


CEPAD is working with thirty-five women from seven villages near Matagalpa, to set up a new community bank in each village. CEPAD funds the bank, and the women run it to ensure accountability and a productive use of the funds. The goal is for every member of the bank to start a small business, such as selling food, tailoring clothes, or setting up a small store to sell household goods.


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