Gilberto Orozco is a young high school teacher and physician who lives in Torreon, Coahuila in Mexico. He participated in a Hunger Project Vision, Commitment and Action Workshop (VCAW) in 2005, and since then has been participating as a volunteer. He won a national prize for cultural and technological proposals outlining short and long-term actions for dealing with pressing environmental issues. He is now a volunteer trainer and very effective in inspiring others. He currently serves as a volunteer municipal coordinator for San Juan de Guadalupe Municipio in Durango. Orozco’s life has turned from being, as he described, “empty and bored” to one filled with a “passionate commitment to humanity.”
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October 18, 2008