November 25, 2012
I visited the Sexto Sol Center and found that the staff are totally dedicated to their work. This work includes helping refugees get resettled, teaching sustainable agriculture methods and nutrition, working with parents and schools, and training rural health workers. What really struck me was the flexibility of the programs Sexto Sol creates. They respond to whatever needs present, working to help local people overcome poverty and alienation. I would have been a volunteer if I had been able to stay longer. There is no waste or poor spending at the Sexto Sol Center, and the staff are not self-indulgent. All money goes to the programs they run.
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