Inspired by his own experiences when he was growing up, Dan Medani wanted to light the “spark of software” off in one or maybe two of the students at the Middle School in Atima to get them interested in coding. Dan dreams big. What if these students would start pursuing it in their own time, […]
Check out Will Rice’s video for OCHO’s trip to Honduras this year!
Atima shows their colors to the visitors. People take pride of their houses, plazas, buildings. A lot has happened since Hurricane Mitch destroyed this part of the country back in 1999, and OCHO wants to show everyone what this community has accomplished to provide the best possible living environment for everyone. There is still work […]
Our volunteers took a break on their busy days in Atima to visit some local coffee plantations. In addition to enjoying the beauty of the landscape, we learned that 2019 has not been a good year for coffee producers, with most of their harvest been ruined by “la roya”. Economic crisis is real. Please, support […]
Interpreters play a crucial role in our work in Honduras. It is a complex task that involves a great deal of skill. It requires thinking on your feet, grasping the main idea of the conversation, navigating cross-cultural barriers, decoding new vocabulary words, and processing information at a fast speed. Without the support of these valuable […]