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Learning about Coffee Cultivation 
Thanks to the support of S&D Coffee, we started our pilot project introducing workshops for high school students on best practices for growing coffee. During these workshops, students and teach...
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Seeds Abroad
Earlier in June, we had the opportunity to participate at the 2017 International Congress on Virtual Education in Colombia, where we were able to learn more about advances in digital education, inn...
Cupping Workshop
On June 24th, we hosted our first cupping workshop benefiting the Foundation’s education projects for coffee-growing communities. Mercon’s own Q-Grader certified cuppers delivered the worksho...
Intern’s Corner – Elizabeth Warner-Rou...
By: Elizabeth Warner-Rousseau, Boston College. As the world changes and becomes increasingly driven by technological advances, it is necessary that students and teachers keep up with the new demand...
“We love to support  our school”
Jeckson Isaac (6th Grade) and Jefferson (8th Grade) are two brilliants students from Aguas Amarillas School (Matagalpa). They love all technology, especially computers, so they were really happy wh...
Sharing our work
Seeds for Progress Foundation shared its Annual Report 2016 with local and international organizations, NGOs, Ministry of Education and friends of the Foundation. It was wonderful to share our work...
CISA AGRO volunteering trip 2017
This April 3, our volunteers from #cisaagro visited 5 schools: Ruben Dario, Aguas Amarillas, Buenos Aires, Las Marias and La Nicarao. They played with the children and also learned more about our e...
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Volunteer Mission Trip – Brown Brothers Harr...
Four members of Brown Brothers Harriman spent a week volunteering at Las Colinas School in Yalí, Jinotega. During their trip, they played with the students, doing handcrafts and outdoor activities ...