After several years of owning her corn tortilla business, Roxana decided that she wanted to utilize other skills and knowledge she had – operating a small chicken farm.
The chance to qualify for seed money is one of the most important opportunities that entrepreneurs in the Women´s Empowerment Project have access to and is a reflection of the fruits of their labor.
We are so appreciative and joyful to have hosted, Bonnie Berg, one of Programa Velasco´s faithful child sponsors for a full week!
A Central American University undergraduate student in Marketing, Gracia María, is currently a volunteer counselor for the women entrepreneurs of the Women’s Empowerment Project (WEP).
Noemy is a dynamic entrepreneur who takes initiative to move her business and family forward!
This year, as a 6 year old, it’s Osiris last one in the Center. She has been here since she was in the 2 year old class in 2013! She grown and learned so much since then!
“Every day we learn something new” says Clara, to describe her experience within the Women Empowerment Project (WEP).
This is Alisson’s first year in the Center and she is in the 3 year old classroom.
Kevin is almost 6 years old and he really enjoys going to school at the Center.
‘Always attentive’ and ‘willing to continue to learn’ are two attributes to describe María Ester.