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Central America: Traveling on a Fellowship and Blogging About it

The blogger from Antigone Wanders is traveling Central America for three months, going through Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. In her latest post she talks about her experience crashing a meeting of “Frente Nacional de Resistencia Popular (FNRP), the Honduran resistance”, she goes on to give the necessary background about the Honduran resistance, and then tells us about her experience at the meeting. While in Guatemala, she volunteered for an NGO called FUNCEDESCRI and wrote: “They amaze me more than all of the other NGOs that I have visited or worked for in developing countries.” These are just two of the many experiences she writes about; all are worth the read.

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