Alba Tinglas: I’m from Cocovila, near Palacios in the Mosquitia. I have worked 30 years with the church in Tegucigalpa. I try to get back to the Mosquitia from time to time, to make sure that my children don’t lose a sense of their indigenous roots. World Renew has been supporting, and I hope it continues to support, there is a lot of need here. We have done a lot of useful training here. The big one for us is garden farming, agriculture, but we’ve done training in other things too. We are grateful for these opportunities. We’re ladies, but here we are working hard, producing, teaching, setting a good example. And, when people in the community are needy, we are glad to help out. That’s our aim, to go further, to help people when they are in need.
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