All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘VIDA’

  • Yir

    Thank you for an amazing 2013

    It has been an incredible year for the Himalayan Institute and we couldn’t have done it without you. We’ve made this video to capture some of the highlights, presented by our Director Of Strategic Development, Ishan Tigunait while at our new campus in Khajuraho, India. …

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  • Gracias Liz and Honesdale High School

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    Honesdale High School Senior, Liz Lepro, organized a delicious and successful benefit dinner to support VIDA in Mexico. She involved her classmates, fellow Interact Club members, high school faculty, Rotarians and a crowd from the Honesdale community, raising awareness and financial support for the VIDA Project. …

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  • VIDA Dinner: Save the Date

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    We are so pleased to present a local high school student who has become an activist for VIDA. We would like to introduce you to her and the fundraiser she will host this month. VIDA still needs your support! Do you have any ideas you can …

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  • Your donations sprout into action this spring

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    Organic gardening training continues at the Himalayan Institute Mexico’s facility. Arizsandy, our agronomist, prepared a special class for the counselors to reinforce home gardening techniques and the proper use of tools. La formación de la jardineria organica continúa en la facilidad Mexicana del Instituto Himalaya. …

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  • Leadership Training for VIDA Managers

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    “Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” – John F. Kennedy In January, our corporate sponsor, Sustainable Earth Solutions (SES), delivered a custom-training program to the VIDA and Fondo Para Ninos project managers in Mexico. The dynamic team, Dave Bauer, Bob Adler and Kyla Jaquish, presented a workshop …

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  • VIDA Notes

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    Agriculture  & Aztec Heritage Our VIDA project introduces modern, sustainable farming practices in the Totonac region of Central Mexico where the most common crop historically grown by the peoples of Central Mexico (and the most important), was maize, also known as corn or mealies. Archaeologists …

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  • The New Year Begins…

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    …and we’d like to share our goals for 2013 with you  Promote organic home gardening To continue our work in Mexico with VIDA, as a way to promote self-sufficiency and better health,  strengthening the capacity of our trainers and families in gardening, both for their own …

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  • Light for a New Year

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    “Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.” Siddartha Guatama Buddha Before this year draws to a close, we’d like to pause and thank you for supporting …

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  • VIDA: making progress this holiday season

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    Our VIDA project is off to a great start, as you can tell from the blog posts and pictures. The families remain committed to the work required to build themselves a better future. This holiday season, make a gift that makes a world of difference!  Watch …

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  • Winter Treat from VIDA

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    Our friends in the Sierra Norte region of Mexico working with our VIDA project would like to share this simple, warming version of cocoa – Mexican Hot Chocolate! You can use this authentic recipe at a fundraiser for VIDA – just increase the ingredients proportionally and to taste. INGREDIENTS: …

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