March was such a busy month for our team down in Camasca. Among one of the highlights was travelling all the way to Tegucigalpa for a meeting with the Vice Minister of Education, Gloria Menjívar. She was happy to hear about our work in La Frontera over the past years and how it is growing. Along with our great expansion in Northern Intibucá this year, she is excited to hear what results come from it and how it will compare to other current and different programs going on around Honduras. We are optimistic and sure that Kolibri will fly and its impact truly reflected by the height of its soar.
The Vice Minister shares our enthusiasm in the collaborations we make with communities to create self-sustainable projects. She hopes the project reaches further into the country in the near future.
StS team, president & board member meet with Vice Minister of Education, Gloria Menjívar (in green)
That would be a dream come true for us and strengthen our "shoulder to shoulder" model with the Honduran comunidad. Because we all share one vision: to provide quality education to our students and help them discover their potential and create a future for them within their country and communities.
A big moment like this helps us to see how far our work in reaching and we are excited for the future. We hope to share more details about the activities from our last month in our upcoming quarter report and posts!