A Sustainability Story: Rosaria Chaneb Participant of Sustainable Harvest International San Benito Poite Village,  Toledo ...
 
 
Rosaria's family is one of 1,769 living in the impoverished regions of Central America that  Sustainable Harvest Internati...
 
 
 
… Forces many Central American families like Rosaria’s into the devastating cycle of  slash and burn farming … … SHI teach...
 
 
 
75% of children have never had access to garden  vegetables.  Dietary staples like  tomatoes  and  carrots  are considered...
 
 
 
to ensure the programs they introduce take root in  families  and  communities .  SHI provides long-term assistance…  … Up...
 
 
 
 
 
When Families like Rosaria's graduate from SHI they have the tools to live in  harmony   with their land for Generations t...
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SHI - Rosaria's Story

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Sustainable Harvest International Participant Rosaria Chaneb shares her inspiring story. This video was produced by advertising students at the University of Maine - Orono in Spring 2010. For more information on Rosaria and other SHI participant families, please visit www.sustainableharvest.org.

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SHI - Rosaria's Story

  1. 1. A Sustainability Story: Rosaria Chaneb Participant of Sustainable Harvest International San Benito Poite Village, Toledo District, Belize Performed by Andrea West
  2. 4. Rosaria's family is one of 1,769 living in the impoverished regions of Central America that Sustainable Harvest International works with to develop sustainable agricultural practices.
  3. 8. … Forces many Central American families like Rosaria’s into the devastating cycle of slash and burn farming … … SHI teaches these families methods to cultivate their land while preserving our tropical rainforests . Desperation…
  4. 12. 75% of children have never had access to garden vegetables. Dietary staples like tomatoes and carrots are considered items only wealthy people can afford. In the villages where SHI works,
  5. 16. to ensure the programs they introduce take root in families and communities . SHI provides long-term assistance… … Up to 5 years
  6. 22. When Families like Rosaria's graduate from SHI they have the tools to live in harmony with their land for Generations to come. Sustainable Families for a Sustainable World
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