I’m just back from the San Ramon region of Nicaragua. While there I was engaging a bit more with my public health background than photography, working with an NGO I started with some friends called Teach for Health. We have a community health worker program in 18 rural coffee farming communities, providing education, networking opportunities, and basic resources to community leaders who are interested in initiating programs that will help prevent disease, develop community infrastructure, and improve disaster and emergency preparedness. While I spent the vast majority of my time in August working, I did get to take a few photos. The following photos are of some of our wonderful health promoters and their families:

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  • I’m glad to see all these happy faces. They don’t have much, but seem more happy than people that I see here in the streets. Thanks for sharing and make me travel with you.