The sudden passing of my mother in Samoa just after my 6th birthday was the turning point of my life because while I lost one, I gained an angel name Nora. She was my widowed-grandmother who, despite having humble means, inspired in me her passion for helping others and her joy of seeing them achieve fulfilling successful lives. My four grown children are now independent and I am motivated by Nora's legacy to impact on the livelihoods of the villages of Samoa.
Thank you so much for your words of encouragement. I would love to know more about TAROGOURMET and work towards doing the best for both our youth in Samoa and for your area in South Mexico/Mexico. Taro is a wonderful old crop that has been forgotten but I see that you recognise its value in helping families and the youth of both our regions. I would love to connect with you to see how we can help each other help the youth of tomorrow. My husband and I have invested all that we have to help the youth of Samoa; I am sure that you and your husband have done the same. It is a tough times for young people and the elderly. I look forward to sharing with you on moving forward for our young people. God bless, Mona Lisa. :) email@example.com