Baptiste Massieu (1742-1818), a born deaf mute, was raised and educated
by Father Sicard, who made a prodigious achievement in a time when
that abnormality was almost unknown to science, and love and patience
were the only lenitives. Jean Baptiste became a priest himself,
and, when deciding to devote his life to help others in the same
condition, he wrote Father Sicard that "gratitude is the memory
of the heart".
great respect and gratitude, Honduras International Magazine dedicates
its HHIC section to the women and men who give their time and hard
work to help those in deep need in Honduras, in the farthest and
more isolated hamlets of the country, in the poorest neighborhoods
of the cities, in the streets of the homeless children. To those
who bring education, health, home, protection and hope to the very
poor hondurans, to those who make possible that help to come, to
all who keep alive the fragile flame of human solidarity, we say:
THANKS, HONDURAS WILL REMEMBER!
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groups and individuals who get, provide, channel, or by any way
facilitate international humanitarian help to Honduras-, to display
information and graphic material on their work, projects, staffs
and funding needs. HHIC also expects to be a meeting site for the
exchange of information and experiences that can contribute to promote
the magnitude and the quality of international humanitarian help
received by Honduras.
gives high regard to the professional and ethical quality of the
organizations, groups and individuals included in its space, to
guide potential donnors and potential joint ventures by means of
soundness and credibility.
is a joint effort developed by projecthonduras.com and Honduras
Institutions, Foundations, Groups and Individuals:
WELCOME FUNDACIÓN MHOTIVO!
institution, devoted to formal education to children
from very low income families
A boy's undaunted
hope inspires mission
worker to become a hero
by Susan Reinhardt,