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3 Reasons Why Female Empowerment Organizations Are Needed

September 18, 2020

Did you know that female empowerment organizations benefit everybody? Similar to feminism, these groups are often misinterpreted because of their focus on uplifting and empowering women. In response, a lot of people will say, “Well, what about men?” instead of focusing on the fact ...

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Gender Inequality in Education: How You Can Make a Difference

September 8, 2020

The Current State of Gender Inequality in Honduras 
By definition, gender inequality is the concept that people are treated differently based on their gender. In general, gender inequality means that women are typically viewed as less than men, resulting in mistreatment in the forms ...

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6 Ideas for Fundraising & Charity Events to Benefit Our Little Roses

August 21, 2020

Organizing charity events to help advocate and fundraise for your favorite charities/organizations is one of the most rewarding ways you can help make a difference in the lives of others. Though the majority of in-person events are not possible at the moment due to the COVID-19 ...

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Nuestras Pequeñas Rosas 2020 Summer Newsletter

August 13, 2020

Summer/Fall 2020 Newsletter
Diana's Corner
Our Little Roses in a Time of Quarantine
YOU have helped keep our girls safe, healthy and protected
By Dr. Diana Frade, Founder

Since the end of March, Our Little Roses has been under strict bio-security measures to prevent the spread ...

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How Our Honduras Mission Trips Are Going Virtual This Year

July 27, 2020

When 2020 began, nobody expected a pandemic to turn their entire lives upside down. Just like everyone else, we are learning to navigate a world that we have never experienced before. At Our Little Roses, the COVID-19 outbreak has changed the way we do everything, but we are figuring ...

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What is Positive Discipline?

June 25, 2020

Our upbringing and relationships with the ones close to us profoundly shape how we perceive the world as we get older. This is also true when it comes to how we are disciplined as children.

The girls of Our Little Roses come from a variety of backgrounds. Some of them have ...

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Poverty and Education: Why We Need More Girls in STEM

June 11, 2020

In Honduras, approximately 60% of all residents experience a life of poverty. With eight million people living in Honduras, approximately 4,800,000 people are impoverished, and that's in the urban settings. For Hondurans who live in rural regions of the country, the percentage climbs ...

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Recap of 2019: How You Helped Make a Difference

May 22, 2020

2019 was quite an exciting year for Our Little Roses! We had the amazing blessing of continuing our efforts to empower and educate young girls in Honduras while staying true to our goal by offering extensive educational and enrichment programs. As we look back on this recap of 2019, ...

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How Your Charitable Donations Make a Difference at Our Little Roses

May 14, 2020

When You Become an Our Little Roses Sponsor, You Transform a Girl’s Life!
Honduras is one of the poorest countries in Central America. In a country of 8 million inhabitants, 60% of Hondurans live below the poverty line; in rural areas, the rate rises to 65.4%. Two-thirds of children ...

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