Steve Roser is a founder member of the Bristol Link with Nicaragua. As a volunteer working on social justice and human rights in Central America, he first visited the country in 1985 to take solidarity materials during the Contra war. Inspired by the Sandinista Revolution, Steve has been involved in projects such as bringing Fairtrade coffee producers to work in Bristol schools, organising the Copa Sandino football for Nicaragua tournament each year, supporting a girls football and life skills programme in Nicaragua, building and equipping nine preschools for under-fives in Puerto Morazan and funding teacher training using Montessori teaching methods which he helped introduce to Nicaragua.
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Friends of Morazan received a donation from a generous donor to build the Flor de Margarita preschool in the community of Pancasan, Puerto Morazan.
Check out the hard work so far – More photos to be found on our facebook page.
Resbite Café and Bigger Picture Events invite you to discover more about Fairtrade.
Saturday 2nd March 2019 12pm – 4.00pm. Resbite Café, 27 Broad St, Bristol, BS1 2HG
Fairtrade £10 lunch menu available 12pm to 2pm.
Fairtrade chocolate and coffee tastings throughout the event.
Browse our Fairtrade shop.
Have you ever wondered what the Fairtrade Mark really means? Whether Fairtrade really makes a difference to developing world farmers? Whether the system is really fair?
We will have lots of Fairtrade information, products for you to taste and at 2.30pm Junieth Maribel Leiva will be talking about her life as a 29 year old female coffee farmer in rural Jinotega, Northern Nicaragua. There will be a Q&A opportunity after the talk. Junieth’s Fairtrade co-operative is part of the Nicaraguan Soppexcca group of co-operatives and we will have Soppexcca coffee on sale at the event.
Junieth is in Bristol for Fairtrade Fortnight and is being hosted by Bristol Link with Nicaragua (BLINC).
Free event – but donations appreciated towards Junieth’s travel costs
Resbite Cafe is an independently run plant based organic café and community space based in the Arc building in the heart of Bristol’s Old City. Serving creative, tasty, nutritious good value food. Also fresh Kombucha, Kefir, teas and coffee, health drinks, expert nutritional advice, ethical shop, free wi fi, demonstration of hydroponics. Open Monday to Saturday 11am to 4pm
Find us on facebook – Resbite café ~Bigger picture events ~ BLINC https://www.facebook.com/bristolnicaragua/
The celebrations in Puerto Morazan for Nicaraguan Independence Day – the national Fiestas Patrias 12 Sept when Nicaragua gained its independence from the Spanish