Green Earth Development Teams is working with pastor Fabio Flores, one of the few indigenous pastors in the Terraba tribe in southern Costa Rica. Fabio believe that a vision for evangelism, discipleship, missions, and bringing the implications of Biblical theology and philosophy to bear on all of life and thought within the his Tribe.

In 2011 Green Earth Development Teams did an educational development project among the Terraba, Borruca and Maleku Tribes. We were funded by a Swiss foundation to do ecological education concerning the rights and implications of Chapter 17 of CAFTA-DR (Dominican Republic-Central America-United States Free Trade Agreement) that was signed on August 5, 2004, between the United States, with five Central America States (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua) and the Dominican Republic.This project allowed us in addition to all the responsibilities of the project plan, to promote further development in the area. One of our principal proposals to tribal leaders in the three tribes and 4 reservations (there were two Borruca reservation involved).

If you would like to donate to the work of the Terraba pastor Fabio Flores just follow the following instructions:

Just fill in the simple form below. This form doesn´t collect your credit information. It is a preliminary form for Green Earth Development´s bookkeeping purposes. It is important to indicate the amount you intend to give. This preliinary form is so we can make sure your donation to Green Earth Development´s projects goes to the project you desire. After filling in the simple form hit submit. You will then be taken to a secure donations site for our non profit partner Hope for the Hungry. Pull down the drop-down menú and select organizations. Then choose the subcategory Green Earth-Tierra Verde-Costa Rica. It´s not as hard as it seems. it´s really quick and it´s easy!

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