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The theme for the 2018- 2019 Annual Report examines: 1) A letter from New Executive Director, Barry Bartel 2) Significant expansion of EPIC’s sustainable agricultural work, 3) Integration of new, young leadership with an increased focus on youth 4) Inspiring Reflections from the Board Trip

  Some of our projects are still using outdated technology to teach courses and make presentations.The Maya Cultural Center and La Mujers en Acción have made the following requests:   Maya Cultural Center – 92 inch Projection Screen: $140[wp_cart_button name=”Maya Cultural Center – 92 inch Projection Screen” price=”$140″]

Highlights the 2012 – 2013 EPIC Annual Report include: La Semilla Dental Program, The COMUCAP women cooperative in Honduras, FUNDAMARCOS – Sustainable Agriculture updates, Mobile School Updates, Fundación Sergio Méndez Arceo, La Casa Para La Cultura Maya, Creciendo Juntos in Colombia, and APRODEHNI updates. View Full PDF…

Highlights from the 2003 EPIC annual report include: Vocational Education and Job Creation by La Semilla, Taxco Viejo Silver Artisans Cooperative in Mexico, Peacemaking and Weapons of Mass Destruction in the United States, EPIC’s Support of Free The Slaves, and updates for: La Casa Para La Cultura Maya, Loma Linda, and La Buena Tierra School. […]

Highlights from the 2001 EPIC Annual Report include: Río Motagua Watershed Research and Education, La Casa De La Cultura Maya, APRODEHNI’s Earthquake Reconstruction, La Semilla Del Progreso Agricultural Training, Loma Linda Training Center, Mennonite Central Committee Program Evaluation in Mexico, Peruvian Leadership Training, FFASE Health Training in Benin, Free The Slaves, Gilbert White Biography. Read […]