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Nicaragua Update

Dear Friends & Supporters of the Brookline Sister City Project, In case you missed it, here’s a link to Stephen Kinzer’s op-ed in  the 6/4 Boston Globe about the present crisis in Nicaragua. https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2018/06/04/nicaragua-brink-calamity/pXOf7gOpjerrYR6ucLExbP/story.html Some of us have been in … Continue reading

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Sister City Project Invests $47K+ in Clean Water Initiative

Clean, accessible drinking water is vital to any community in the world and since 2017, a coalition of groups and organizations has been actively working together to improve water quality and water system infrastructure in Quezalguaque, a poor, rural community … Continue reading

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February Meeting in Quezalguaque

Four team members were in Quezalguaque in February to work on the clean water initiative project. The photo was taken at the “wrap-up” meeting held in the Quezalguaque Mayor’s office at the end of the week-long visit.   Our team included … Continue reading

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Celebrating 30 Years

October 15 through Oct 21 was Sister City Week in Brookline, MA.   This video was produced by Henry Sandoval in Quezalguaque and supported by Sarah Johnson in Brookline to celebrate the 30 years of collaboration .  A special thank you … Continue reading

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SISTER CITY WEEK EVENTS

We’re very pleased to let you know that three teachers from Quezalguaque arrived late Sunday afternoon  and will be staying in Brookline for three weeks as part of the Brookline Sister City Project’s 30th Anniversary Celebration. Pictured are Eddy Calderon, … Continue reading

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