There is a saying in Honduras that goes, "When the USA sneezes, Honduras gets a cold." So when the USA went into the depression which they are in, Honduras went into a deeper depression.
There is a small church in a poor area of Tegucigalpa which I have the privileged of working with occasionally. I know because of the dynamics of the area, they need food.
So when these beans came in, I called Dennis Gomez, on the left and asked him if they needed any beans to give to the poor.
He said that, "beans would be a huge blessing!"
It took him several days to borrow a truck to take the beans to his church.
Then leaders and volunteers from his church repackaged the beans into 5 pound bags for the community.
Here they are standing with 3 of the many bags which they received.
It takes a lot of time and energy to repackage 400 pounds of beans.
The children lined up waiting for their beans.
You and I cannot imagine standing in line for hours for a sack of beans, but this sack of beans costs 1/2 a days wages and the people were thrilled to have them.