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Anna-Catherine Brigida

Nicaraguan coffee farmers brew fresh plans after hurricanes wreck harvests

Mar 01 2021

JINOTEGA, Nicaragua (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Maria Gonzalez, 50, knows that growing coffee in Nicaragua's northern mountains - as she has done since she was a little girl - gets harder and harder each year. 

Honduran LGBT+ advocates in legal bid to stop same-sex marriage 'lock'

Feb 19 2021

(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Honduran LGBT+ advocates on Thursday mounted a legal challenge to changes made to the constitution by lawmakers that make it harder to reverse the existing ban on same-sex marriage.

Honduran abortion rights activists vow to fight on after setback

Jan 22 2021

TEGUCIGALPA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Honduran women's rights activists vowed to continue their fight for abortion to be decriminalised on Friday, after lawmakers in the conservative Catholic country approved a constitutional reform that would reinforce the ban.

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