Honduras: Coffee and Entrepreneurship
Among the project’s goals is building the human and technical capital and business relationships of the rural farmers so that they will have improved opportunities—and the incentive and capacity—to be in charge of their quest for economic development. Members of the Economic Empowerment and Learning Project are helping a village in Honduras improve its future through coffee farming.
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- Student-Faculty Team Works to Boost Economy of Honduran Village through Cocoa Plantation
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Lecturer, Department of Economics