1. Panama Youth Leadership

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  2. Morocco Ramadan with the host family

    Spending Ramadan with my fantastic homestay family

  3. Morocco Boy and Chicken

    favorite neighbor boy holding his chicken

  4. Morocco Middle of nowhere lesson

    Teaching nomadic women about family planning

  5. Honduras atol in the yard

    Doña Linda has prepared a large thermos of atol chuco, and has it ready to go, sitting on her wheel barrow. 

  6. Honduras pila window

    Here the family's pila becomes a window to the clothes on the line, the vegetable garden, the countryside.      

  7. Honduras Scarlet & toys

    Scarlet, a descendent of the Maya-Chortí, is busy crawling around her toys in the center of her family's main room. 

  8. Honduras el Fogón

    the fogón is the wood-burning stove used throughout Honduras. 

  9. Honduras la Venta

    Doña Catalina awaits costumers at her pulperia. 

  10. Honduras Pulperia Treats

    Doña Catalina often makes topoios (pronounced To-Po-E-Os) to sell at her pulperia. For one Lempira kids can buy these frozen fruit juice treats, rip open one corner of the plastic baggy with their teeth and suck away! 

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“Sunset at the Railroad” by PCV Nicholas Baylor Hall. Namibia, 2011.