Black & Indigenous in Honduras – By Keyanna Gotay

Versión en Español abajo Keyanna Gotay is a Garifuna of Honduran descent, born in the Bronx, New York and raised in North Carolina in the United States. She does a lot of work on Afrolatinidad, being Garifuna, the Central American diaspora, racism/colourism and similar topics, and graciously agreed to write a post for our blog … Continue reading Black & Indigenous in Honduras – By Keyanna Gotay

Hondureños con Sueños: Stories from the Migrant Caravan (Part 2)

Version en Español abajo Gerson Suazo, a young Honduran activist and photographer, is currently part of the Central American Migrant Caravan heading north through Mexico towards the United States. As a photographer and a political activist, Gerson has been walking with his camera in hand, documenting his people's’ journey over the past weeks. This post … Continue reading Hondureños con Sueños: Stories from the Migrant Caravan (Part 2)

“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

“Viva la Biblioteca” at Escuela Guadalupe Ulloa

Versión en Español mas abajo On a sunny Thursday morning in Honduras, a truck laden with the books and desks rumbled its way up through the Honduran coffee-farming countryside to the rural town of Trinidad. Far too big for the town’s narrow streets, the truck barely made it to the school’s entrance, where the carpenters … Continue reading “Viva la Biblioteca” at Escuela Guadalupe Ulloa

Team Spotlight: Jocelyn Vick Maeer, Treasurer

We've been working on making 'Team Spotlight' videos to give you an insight into some of the core members of the educate. team. Today, we'd like you to meet Jocelyn Vick Maeer, educate.'s treasurer! Jocelyn joined educate. in late 2016 while studying in Amsterdam, and has kept track of every euro and lempira that has passed … Continue reading Team Spotlight: Jocelyn Vick Maeer, Treasurer

Team Spotlight: Fionnuala Davidson, Business Partnerships Coordinator

Over the coming weeks, we are working to give you an insight into the educate. team through short interview-style videos focusing on each of our core team members. First up: Fionnuala Davidson! Fionnuala is our Business Partnerships Coordinator at educate.. She lived in Honduras for a year after finishing high school, working with street children … Continue reading Team Spotlight: Fionnuala Davidson, Business Partnerships Coordinator

Things don’t always go to plan: Nutrition Centre Relocation

Things don’t always go to plan. Each time we begin a new project, we put a great deal of thought into it, but there are always circumstances that one simply cannot predict. This has been the case with our most recent project, the nutrition centre we fund in Talanga, Honduras with our incredible partner organisation … Continue reading Things don’t always go to plan: Nutrition Centre Relocation

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.

Reflections on a Student-run Book Drive at the International School of Panama

At the International School of Panama, grade 6 students have been busy over the past term organising a book drive. From logistics to publicity to sorting and storing the books, the project was 100% student led. The students managed to collect a grand total of 438 books, a number well over their goal of 350! … Continue reading Reflections on a Student-run Book Drive at the International School of Panama

El Progreso Library Update: Adrian Mejia School!

For many months now, we have been working with the Honduras-based non-profit Chispa Project to start a library at a public elementary school in the city of El Progreso, Honduras. Due to the chaos that followed the Honduran presidential elections, our plans were delayed somewhat, but we are very excited to have a concrete game … Continue reading El Progreso Library Update: Adrian Mejia School!