Karol Salazar: "I’m from Choluteca but I live in Tegucigalpa. I work building capacity in the community, particularly on family plots, school plots. We want to run more projects, because they do benefit the community, in their nutrition and independence, but also in building self confidence and good social relationships between people. It’s good to see women become producers of food for their own nutrition, and to sell for an income. We also work on small community projects, helping them to get organised to get improvements in their roads or houses. Communities can do a lot if they get organised and together make a plan for whatever they need. That’s what I do here, helping with those areas of work. Christian Ministries have several programmes in education, that’s where I began working, as a social worker and teacher of sixth grade, and I worked on grants and nurseries, and I worked on a programme to guarantee a nutritious meal at school, because lots of the children here are from very low income families."
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