ETHOS Immersion 2016: August Nicaragua Update

By Devon Florczak

Andrew Tarutani (MEE) and Teresa Bradford (CME), 2016 ETHOS participants, have been stationed in Matagalpa, Nicaragua, for two months and continue to emulate great work!

In their latest blog post, the team talks about their latest experiences in Matagalpa. Their text and images are outstanding. Click the link below to follow along with Andrew and Teresa in Nicaragua. 

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