The rain came a month late to Mesa Sur this year, and never arrived with the vigor farmers there rely on because of climate change and El Niño. They’re already planning for October, when they will prepare for their next journey to Costa Rica.
Nicaragua’s rainy season is getting shorter, summers are hotter, and long-trustworthy climate cycles are less consistent. Thankfully, CEPAD’s trainings have helped farmers like Arnulfo Jose Espinoza Gonzalez thrive.
Friends, we need your help today! Can you help us raise $1,500 by September 30 to put on vital training workshops? We want to work with 36 community leaders and teach them how to develop strategic plans, and we can't do it without you. Please donate today and share the campaign with your friends, family and fellow CEPAD fans! ... See MoreSee Less
Read about the impactful work of CEPAD and Episcopal Relief & Development in Nueva Guinea in the blog Landscapes for Food, People and Nature. The article says CEPAD's programs should be a model for organizations aiming to provide truly sustainable development in rural areas. ... See MoreSee Less