“There is no return”: Stories from the Migrant Caravan

Versión en Español abajo October 21, 2018: "There is no return," they said, "only rafts. We are already in Mexican territory." Gerson Suazo, a young Honduran activist and photographer, is currently amongst the over 7,000 Central Americans in the migrant caravan heading north through Mexico towards the United States. These migrants are fleeing persecution, poverty … Continue reading “There is no return”: Stories from the Migrant Caravan

The story of José Jacinto Reyes, a Honduran street child

I grew up in a place where humanity is trumped by ambition for power and territory. From a young age, I watched people get shot and collapse lifeless in the dust. When that kind of violence surrounds you, life becomes meaningless. But that is how my life was built: amongst violence, power and poverty – things that can corrupt anyone.

Project Visits in Honduras and Election Chaos

For the last month, board member Antonia McGrath has been in Honduras, visiting educate.'s projects and meeting with other NGOs and individuals around the country. Meanwhile, national elections took place, with cases of electoral fraud causing widespread chaos. - - - It's always wonderful going back to Honduras. The bustle and chaos, the amazing food, … Continue reading Project Visits in Honduras and Election Chaos

The Importance of Education in Honduras

In Honduras, as the tropical sun rises over sprawling cities and banana plantations, children get ready for a day at school. But while one child puts on his freshly washed uniform, eats breakfast and jumps in his father’s car, a few streets way another child walks empty-stomached in their stained shirt and stapled sandals to … Continue reading The Importance of Education in Honduras