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Posted October 16, 2017 by Gail Chadwin

Tipitapa project updates

By Casey Callais 10/16/2017 — The year has been busy with both exciting projects and hard-working volunteer groups. And now that the work groups have come and gone, the projects continue. Here is a quick update on where we are …

Posted May 29, 2017 by Casey Callais

Super adobe sacks are up in El Jicarito

By Casey Callais 04/28/2017 — Five and a half months after laying the first sacks, the last sacks have been laid in the community school of El Jicarito, Nicaragua. And to top it off, the major roof work has been …

Posted February 6, 2017 by Casey Callais

Jicarito roof going up

By Casey Callais 2/6/2017 — Still at it. It’s good to watch the progress of this project. Now it is starting to look more like what we have been imagining the school to look like. Walls and roof make all …

Posted January 20, 2017 by Casey Callais

Happy New Year!

By Casey Callais 1/20/2017 — Our New Year’s resolution is the same as last years. This year we resolve to better the access, relevance and quality of education in Nicaragua. So how are we going about meeting those resolutions for …

Posted December 16, 2016 by Casey Callais

Happy Holidays

By Casey Callais 12/16/2016 — Dashing down the road
In a one-way dirt road track…
O’er the bumps we go
Never looking back.

In Ji-ca-ri-to
Arriving to the site…
Oh what fun it is to stuff a sack with all …

Posted November 18, 2016 by Casey Callais

The first window has been bagged

By Casey Callais 11/18/2016 — One of the most well-known truths in the history of construction is that the arch is one of the strongest figures in architecture. This week we built our first window and utilized the power of …

Posted November 5, 2016 by Casey Callais

SOL equips teachers with computers in Tipitapa

By Casey Callais 11/5/2016 — Thanks to generous donations from Seeds of Learning supporters and work groups, four more teachers received laptops and teaching materials such as pens, pencils, notebooks and crayons in the Tipitapa region of Nicaragua.

This makes …