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I put up my previous post on Chocolate Momotombo to show a great example of a Nicaraguan company engaging in value-added production. In October of last year I was having a conversation with another volunteer (not Peace Corps) in Nicaragua. … Continue reading
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I’m on a bit of a hot streak with facilitating some great teacher trainings, and I am highlighting what it is I do with the teachers here on the blog. This post is an explanation of my second teacher training … Continue reading
My article on food processing is not the only economics-related article making its way around the Peace Corps Nicaragua. Another Volunteer recently wrote a blog post about women in micro-finance in Nicaragua. I wanted to take the opportunity of my article … Continue reading
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