Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 1,243
International, Economic Development, Microfinance
2225 4th Avenue, 2nd Floor Seattle WA 98121 USA
Agros works to restore hope and opportunity to the world's poor. Our mission is to see rural poor families own agricultural land, attain economic self-sufficiency, realize their God-given potential, and pass on to future generations the values and resources that enable them to flourish.Agros offers the rural poor a "hand up" not a "hand out" of poverty.
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I have had the chance to see Agros' work first hand - on the ground in the Barillas area of northern Guatemala.
Part of what makes Agros unique is that their field operations are all run and staffed by locals, from management to agronomists, microlending experts, to office administrators. The respectful, inclusive way in which they work with local indigenous communities to establish housing, schools, health and sanitation systems, and economic opportunities is very very impressive.
The management team in Seattle is also very professional, and they do a fantastic job of providing updates on each of their programs.
All around very high quality org.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
increase the number of spanish speakers on the seattle staff
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