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  • 3 Authentic Mexican Recipes!

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    One of the best parts about supporting the VIDA project is being invited into the homes of rural Totonacos to sample traditional cuisine.  Before the adoption of industrial agriculture and mono-cropping began in the eighties, fruit and vegetable crops from the region were no more …

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  • Do You Card? VIDA Cards!

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    It’s always nice to get something back when you give. Are you about to host a VIDA event? Give your guests VIDA CARDS! These wallet-sized “I donated to VIDA” cards are great to share with the folks who help sponsor your events.  Print out a stack and …

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  • Organize a VIDA event!

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    In order to help bring this nutritional crisis to an end, VIDA needs you and your friends to take action! The fun way to help VIDA is by organizing a benefit event which we’ll publish an article about- so you can share your enthusiasm around town. Here are some ideas to help …

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  • The Voice of VIDA

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    Meet a VIDA activist The right voice can mean the difference between being drowned out in the crowd and starting a conversation.  Special thanks to VIDA activist Bob Abella of Abella Audio Productions in Madison for donating the use of his recording studio.  Our video documentary of the …

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  • Introducing VIDA

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    VIDA is a multistage campaign to eliminate life-threatening dietary diseases in rural Mexico through nutritional counseling and high-yield home gardens. For phase one of the project we’re raising $25,000 to bring immediate nutritional relief to 2,500 people and develop the skill sets needed for family …

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  • A Coming Change to This Blog

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    Dear Readers, On Monday we will be changing the look and feel of our blog to reflect our upcoming humanitarian campaign in Mexico called VIDA.  Our project website for the campaign, healthyVIDA.org, will also go live at that time. For months we’ve been developing ways to …

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  • Center For Business and Education (CBE) Opens in Cameroon

    In response to demand for more technical and business resources at its public library, the Himalayan Institute Cameroon has expanded its educational programming with the Center for Business and Education (CBE). This expansion was made possible because of your support to this Cameroon campaign. This new …

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  • Check out our new India head office in Allahabad

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    At our Allahabad campus in India, we have just completed a major campus development project: the construction of our new publications office, a warehousing facility, and staffing quarters. With final construction just winding down, this 500 square meter (5,381 square feet) building will be the new head quarters of …

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  • Grafting Lemon Trees in Mexico (how to blog)

    Amanda Masters writes… My husband and I spent six months living and working at the Himalayan Institute center in Jonotla, Mexico before moving to Buffalo, NY to become the directors of the HI Buffalo Branch. I often think about our time at HI Mexico and everything we …

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  • Fire Prevention: Electrician’s Course

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    Vocational Training to Prevent Electrical Fires Today, more than half of the world’s population lives in cities and towns.  For those of us in the developing world, urban life is usually synonymous with crowded conditions and inadequate infrastructure.  A lot of progress has been made …

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