In times of rising prices and food insecurity, the Soy Nutrition Program is a reliable source of support for 200-plus families
Looking toward 2024, food insecurity will continue to be the principal challenge for too many families in Salvadoran communities.
Entire Altman family and Ann and Suzy pitch in, helping the Soy Project succeed.
Now in Zaragoza, the soy program continues to provide nutrition to those in need.
What makes us one is God’s love for us, and God’s call to us to serve all God’s children.
Ann Greig reports that the Soy Project has finally found a new base in Zaragoza, El Salvador.
Ann Greig and her Soy Project transition to a new base.
Ann Greig is closing the San Ramón location of her 28-year-old nutritional program and transitions it to new leadership.
A state of emergency, planning the transfer of the soy project and making soy milk at home
After almost 40 years in mission, Ann Greig is preparing a transition for her Salvadoran Soy Program to new leadership.
Ann Greig’s Dec 2021 newsletter from the Soy Program in El Salvador.