Aug 1, 2017 by Bethany Cok
The teachers in the primary school there ride in and out on a pickup truck every day. The majority of families rely on agriculture for survival, and economic resources are scarce.
“Honestly, we often feel like we are forgotten here in this community [because we are so far away],” said Santos Ambrosio Cabrera, a grandmother in El Tineco.
Since World Renew’s partner organization, Vid y Pampanos, started working in El Tineco, the community has experienced changes report some of the women who live there.