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Without a supply of oysters for local women to harvest, their food security and environmental well-being are jeopardized.

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Without a supply of oysters for local women to harvest, their food security and environmental well-being are jeopardized.

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As these two groups of women prosper, Paso Pacifico aims to record the lessons learned and eventually replicate this program throughout Mesoamerica.

Paso Pacifico’s Smiling Oyster Initiative is funded by the WAITT Foundation and other private donors who believe that sustainable seafood and women’s empowerment can go hand in hand.

Inspired by her older brother to pursue her own technical career, Juana hopes she can give back to her family, who have supported her in achieving her goals.“What I enjoy most is working the land.

My grandfather and my whole family are dedicated to cultivating crops,” she says.

Creating a sustainable oyster farming program would provide a secure, sustainable source of food and income, while restoring the threatened native shellfish populations.

Additionally, by empowering women as the lead farmers, the strategy would give women a platform for leadership in their community.Paso Pacifico provided the business, management, and technical training the women needed to succeed, and the women have never looked back.The Ostional oyster cooperative celebrated its first harvest in 2016, and the local women continue to gain more respect as leaders, fishers, and ocean stewards in their community.April is a time when we celebrate our planet and rally to protect it, a mission that can only succeed with universal participation.Unfortunately, a group that makes up half of the world’s population is often left out of the equation.In Nicaragua, as in other parts of Central America, opportunities for women to find work are scarce.

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