Project Harvest

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New Project Harvest Communities

In 2016, Project Harvest widened its program into two new communities, La Ceiba and La Libertad (22 and 33 new families respectively in each community). Families on average have 8 children. Both communities share some characteristics such as the same level of extreme poverty. The topography of the communities is steep (up to 60% slope). …

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Flourishing Family Gardens

In July 2015, Project Harvest expanded its work into two new communities, Tunuco Abajo and Oquen. Both communities are extremely poor. A primary reason for this is their geographical location in the heart of Guatemala’s dry corridor. It is here that the effects of climate change have been most severe. Recurring droughts have had a …

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