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All Artisans

Dilcia Rodriguez

Lori Connell

"I have been blessed with taking the Mi Esperanza sewing class which led to another blessing of employment with the Mi Esperanza organization.  They taught me how to hand-dye fabric and I keep learning more skills.  They are allowing me to develop skills God gave me I didn't even know I had."

You can read Dilcia's full story on our "real stories" page. 

Dye Artisan

Dye Artisan

Ledy Martinez

Lori Connell

"My education with Mi Esperanza has provided stability for my family that would not have been possible without the education I received through Mi Esperanza.  I have consistent work that provides daily needs like food, water, shelter, medical care and education for my daughters."

You can read Ledy's full story on our "real stories" page. 

Seamstress

Seamstress

Luz "Amparo" Flores

Lori Connell

Working for Mi Esperanza changed my life completely, before taking the sewing course I did not have any skills whatsoever, since then I have been working for 8 years and the income helps me to support my family and give my kids a good education. 

You can read Amparo's full story on our "real stories" page. 

Seamstress

Seamstress

Sara Zepeda

Lori Connell

"In Honduras there are not many jobs available for women and that is why I thank God for Mi Esperanza for giving me the opportunity to be part of this wonderful project. I like the fact that there is not discrimination because of my age, but pure affection and motivation toward me from the staff. Through these seven years I have felt the emotional, economic and moral support.  I feel at home every day that I work at Mi Esperanza."

You can read Sara's full story on our "real stories" page.

Seamstress

Seamstress

Romelia Martinez

Lori Connell

Romelia is a graduate from our sewing, weaving and pinata making courses.  She is loves all things creative.  

Romilia is the sole provider for her family.  Her husband is confined to bed with serious health issues.  She is thankful that Mi Esperanza has provided a work place that allows her the freedom she need to care for her husband with no risk of loosing her job.

You can read Romelia's full story on our "real stories" page.

Seamstress

Seamstress

Reina Viera

Lori Connell

"One of my goals was to see my daughter Heydie receive a diploma from a private university. Heydie graduated last year with a degree in business administration, I am so proud and happy for her. Heydie is now working on a second degree."

You can read Reina's full story on our "real stories" page.

 

 

Seamtress

Seamtress