By: Nali E. Asamoah Coming to Oaxaca, MX I didn’t really know what to expect or what I would really take away from the experience. I am a first generation college student and this was my first time out of the country since coming to America. My family is from Ghana and I was born and… Continue reading Into Oaxaca & Out of Myself
By Newell Searle Retired, lives in Minnetonka, Minnesota, when he is not in Mexico. Oaxaca offers the traveler a wealth in color, artisan crafts, outstanding food, and courteous hosts. This is a welcoming place for a few days, a few weeks, or a few months. If you plan to stay in Oaxaca a while, consider giving… Continue reading Giving Back to Oaxaca
Ellie Lapp writes about En Vía's highly successful health & nutrition program to tackle Diabetes and other health concerns.
Words and photos by Stephanie Castellano. The afternoon heat had settled heavily over the sleepy little town of Santa María Guelacé, located just outside the city of Oaxaca. Except for the dogs lolling in scraps of shade, the dusty streets were deserted. But inside one vividly green building on the town’s main street, there was… Continue reading Getting Online in Santa María Guelacé
Words by Nicola Coakley. Photos by Eugenia Ricardez, Anne-Mieke Buursink, and Katrina Perry. At the end of last year, we celebrated En Vía’s 5th birthday. As we head into the new year, and the organization's 6th year, we are excited to have the opportunity to reflect on En Vía’s growth and development and to look… Continue reading Planning, participation & potential: Measuring the Impact of En Vía’s Programs