El Salvador

HanesBrands Contribuye a Llevar Clínicas Deportivas a Estudiantes de San Juan Opico

En alianza con la alcaldía de la zona así como con la ONG de voluntariado corporativo Glasswing International, Hanes continúa implementando iniciativas que fomentan los valores para los jóvenes que pertenecen a escuelas situadas en las zonas de influencia
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HanesBrands Supports a Sports Clinics Program for San Juan Opico, El Salvador, Students

Working with the local city government and Glasswing International, Hanes continues to implement initiatives that promote values and well-being among youth attending schools near its Salvadoran facilities
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Hanesbrands Expands Successful Central American Community and Education Partnership with Glasswing International

Company Partnership with Glasswing International and U.S. Agency for International Development to Provide Funding for School Renovation and Volunteers for After-School Programs Expands to Honduras
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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., April 23, 2013 /3BL Media/  HanesBrands, a leading marketer of everyday basic apparel, today announced that it has expanded to Honduras its successful Central American school renovation and after-school youth club programs in partnership with Glasswing International.

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Fair Trade USA Launches Coffee Rust Response Fund

Small-scale farmers in Central America threatened by aggressive roya outbreak; businesses and coffee drinkers encouraged to take action
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OAKLAND, Calif.,March 28, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Fair Trade USA, a nonprofit organization and the leading third-party certifier of Fair Trade products in North America, today launched a new initiative to help small-scale farmers fight the devastating outbreak of coffee leaf rust in Central America. Experts believe the outbreak could decrease coffee production in the region by 30 to 50 percent over the next two years.


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