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  • Book Review: Parachuting Cats into Borneo: And Other Lessons from the Change Café

    Parachuting Cats into Borneo: And Other Lessons from the Change Café By Axel Klimek and Alan AtKisson, 2016. Yes! It’s true. In the 1950s the World Health Organization (WHO) supported a call to create positive change in Borneo by parachuting 14,000 cats into the country! With their somewhat surprising arrival, the cats significantly helped decrease

  • SERES Spotlight: Wilson Sánchez, El Papaturro, El Salvador

    Inspiring and Transforming Youth The Northern Triangle, made up of the countries of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, is a region that has many natural resources and a great diversity of cultures. But perhaps its most important resource is…Youth! More than 52% of the population is under the age of 25. Now more than ever,

  • Building Knowledge Together at the SERES Youth Sustainability Summit

    On the afternoon of Dec. 1st, nearly 50 youth leaders from El Salvador and Guatemala arrived at the 7th Annual SERES Youth Sustainability Summit, greeting facilitators and one another with smiles and laughs despite the hours of travel many of them had spent in order to arrive at Casa Adulam in Guatemala. Five days later,

  • “Unlearning” Entrepreneurship

    With much curiosity, wanting to discover what is not yet seen Dreams Persist A lot of young people want to do something different, leave a mark and be remembered. Some of us have dreams, some make it happen, and some don’t, with the same old excuse: “There are no economic resources to make it.” For

  • Meeting of Youth Peace-Builders in Colombia

      Connecting as agents of change and architects of peace SERES was part of a youth conference Oct. 27 – 29 in Montería, Colombia, where we had the opportunity to share with other Latin-American organizations supported by the Inter-American Foundation, and learn about social intervention methodologies to face violence that affects youth. The conference hosted