In Chinandega, Nicaragua, the San Cristóbal Volcano Returns to a State of Calm

By Alejandra Narváez, Communications Specialist, Pro Mujer in Nicaragua Sayda is a slender, 32-year-old mother of three from Chinandega, Nicaragua. She, her husband and their three daughters are the caretakers of the Las Uvitas farm, which perches approximately 1,968 feet up the flank of the gigantic San Cristóbal Volcano. At more than 5,725 feet above…
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Empowering Women in New Regions of Nicaragua, Pro Mujer Reaches Somotillo, Chinandega

By Alejandra Narvaez, Communications Specialist, Pro Mujer in Nicaragua Pro Mujer recently opened a new center in Somotillo, a small rural town of about 30,000 in the department of Chinandega. Over the last 40 years, this largely agricultural region bordering Honduras, has been host to the development of a number of small businesses, a great number of which…
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Pro Mujer in Nicaragua Hosts Inaugural Velasco & Patterson Society "Encuentro"

By Josh Cramer-Montes, Director of Communications EN·CUEN·TRO    [En-KWEN-tro] From the verb encontrar 1. m. (reunión) a meeting, encounter: un encuentro entre amigos / a meeting among friends On March 5th and 6th, key Pro Mujer supporters from around the world came together to participate in an inaugural trip for the Velasco & Patterson Society’s…
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