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Alejandro NEW

  Alejandro is 10 years old and lives in the Manguita community. Until recently he was a shy boy and not very sociable and did not have good grades in school. As a student in the Alma program, Alejandro is beginning to show encouraging signs in school performance and his teachers said recently he is […]


New Year New Challenges NEW

    Over the course of 2018, the Alma Foundation implemented five new projects – and we’re ready to keep growing. The new year brings an even greater challenge. This year we are implementing a total of 28 new projects. It won’t be easy but we are preparing for it, by training. We focused in […]


Chicha Morada

  Corn was domesticated from the wild grass, Teosinte, in Mesoamerica around 9,000 years ago. However, the word “domesticated” doesn’t seem to tell enough of the story. Teosinte looks nothing like corn, and the process of selective splicing to turn it into maize must have taken generations. Eventually, around 6,500 years ago, that maize made […]