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Honduran farmer Tomas prepares soil for planting.

The connections and learning achieved with your support and generosity are opening new doors. In the past few months, Seed Programs International has forged several new partnerships in Honduras. 

Two of the partnerships were achieved through the powerful international network of Rotarians. Here in Asheville, North Carolina, Asheville Rotarians travel yearly to be hosted by the Copan Ruinas club in Honduras. The team includes dental and opthamology professionals who provide dental and eye care for hundreds of children and adults who have never received such services.

Last year, local Rotarians asked Rotary counterparts in Copan whether vegetable seeds would make a difference in these rural mountain communities. The answer was a resounding YES, and partnerships were formed with two local NGOs who had the capacity to distribute the seeds and support their use. 

Seeds were received in Spring and have been distributed and planted. Farmer support is provided by Mennonite Social Action Committee (provider of the photos attached to this update) and World Vision Honduras.

Impact: enough seed and support to grow more than 600 vegetable gardens. Thank you!

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SPI seeds in the hands of Honduran gardeners.
 
 

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Asheville, NC 28815
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Seed Programs International (SPI)

Seed Programs InternationalSeed Programs International (SPI) is a non-profit, tax exempt, non-governmental humanitarian organization.

We work thorough other humanitarian organizations, church groups, service clubs and individual donors, to provide quality seed to impoverished communities in developing countries enabling them to grow some of their own food. In addition to seed, SPI provides critical seed expertise and experience operating seed based self help programs.”

SPI is operated by individuals with over 50 years seed industry experience plus over 20 years experience in vegetable research and production. We also have 15 years experience operating programs that have successfully shipped seed to over 70 countries on five continents. SPI has shipped enough seed to plant over 1,000,000 vegetable gardens, providing more than 20 kinds of vegetables that are rich in vitamins and minerals often missing in people’s diets.