Connect2 El Salvador
In 1980, Archbishop Oscar Romero was killed for speaking out against poverty. Decades later, many people in El Salvador still live on less than a dollar a day.
The people of Puentecitos, a small village near the border of Guatemala, are their improving community life by opening small businesses and using organic farming methods.
CAFOD staff member, Deborah Purfield, went on the Romero Trust pilgrimage to El Salvador in November 2017. On the last day, she visited Puentecitos: Read Deborah's blog about her visit to Puentecitos.