Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2012’

  • The ritual of the Volador

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    In Mesoamerican times, the ritual of the Volador was performed throughout much of what is now Mexico and extended as far south as Nicaragua. Information about the original ritual (Danza de los Voladores) Dance of the Flyers, or Palo Volador (Pole Flying), was partially lost when …

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  • VIDA: Nutrition Notes

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    The VIDA project empowers rural families to take control of their own nutritional futures by giving them the chance to experience a healthy diet. Even adding a single serving of fruits and vegetables can make a big difference to even the most impoverished diets¹.  With adequate …

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  • The VIDA project is off to a great start!

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    Thanks to the generosity of our supporters and the dedication of our VIDA project team, our work has begun. In this first phase, our focus is to raise awareness about diet-related diseases and the importance of eating healthy. We have also started working with families to build organic home …

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  • A ritual known as Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.

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    An opportunity for a party Our HI Mexico General Manager, Geovanni, is planning to host a Día De Los Muertos party to raise funds in support of the Vida Project. This is sure to be a fantastic way to support our Vida families, and also …

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  • VIDA’s Documentary Debut

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    The wait is over! We’re proud to share this video documentary of the VIDA project. The video tells the story about our target communities, introduces you to our VIDA management team and gives you a glimpse of some of the families that the project supports. Enjoy …

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