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NC Baptist Men and Women are assisting in the construction of a medical clinic and training center that will be used to help reach the 1.2 million Quiche people in central Guatemala. The Quiche are among the poorest in Central America. Construction teams will be needed through mid-2014. For more information on the project and how you can help, visit our website at http://baptistsonmission.org/Projects/Outside-US/Guatemala
American teachers partner with Guatemalan teachers for the benifit of the children
Close to 50 percent of children don't get the right nutrition at the start in Guatemala, but a groundbreaking partnership between national and local actors is aiming to change that. For the full story, visit http://planetforward.org/media/webisodes/guatemalas-1000-days-solution-a-revolutionary-partnership
Buy our Deluxe Guatemala album with 17 songs for just $10 and 100% of the proceeds will go towards transforming this village in Guatemala! DONATE HERE: http://ascent.worldhelp.net/ We have always wanted to do more than just create songs and videos. We want to use our gifts that God has given us to make a tangible difference in the world. Through our partnership with World Help, we can change the stories of 450 people in a remote village in Eastern Guatemala. By completely changing their infrastructure in this village, we’re not only giving them a better life now, but a launching pad of hope for a better future and a chance to break the cycle of systemic poverty they are experiencing. As a small group from Colorado we’re just signing up and saying yes to God’s call, believing for Him to fi...
In Guatemala, it's legal for a girl to marry as young as 14 — though many are married far younger than that. The result: Many girls marry men far older than themselves and become mothers long before they are physically and emotionally ready. Many of these girls faced harsh consequences, similar to those of child brides in other developing nations. They had withdrawn from their educations, some as early as elementary school; were subject to physical and sexual violence; risked dangerous pregnancies and went without crucial medical care. Many aspects of their lives were controlled by older men who considered the girls little more than sexual and domestic servants. Furthermore, the physically immature and psychologically unready young mothers were prone to complications during childbirth, ...
Kaibiles From Guatemalan Army Participate in Arkansas Army National Guard Competition Credit: Sgt. Stephen Wright | Date Taken: 03/03/2017 Captain Cibiles Ramirez-Rodriguez, state partnership program coordinator - Arkansas National Guard, interviews two Guatemalan soldiers, Kaibiles, Lieutenant Mario Perez and Corporal Jorge Vasquez, about their experience at the 2017 Arkansas National Guard Best Warrior Competition. The two competitors were invited to participate in the event through the Arkansas National Guard's state partnership program. Guatemala is Arkansas' partner nation under the program. The two Kaibiles explain their experience and appreciation for the opportunity to participate in the 2017 Arkansas National Guard's Best Warrior Competition.
Global Citizens Network is partners with the NGO, La Asociacion Wajxaqib Aj, the Mayan Center for Peace/ Centro Maya Para la Paz, whose goal is to fortify solidarity and peace in the communities. Cantel is located in the highlands of western Guatemala, an area rich with dense vegetation where the vast majority of Maya live in small scale agricultural production. The indigenous Maya population in and around Quetzaltenango continues to experience rural poverty and institutional and social discrimination. In an effort to be in solidarity with indigenous peoples and their struggle around the world, GCN collaborates with the Maya people of Cantel on community development projects, supporting their efforts to live with dignity and respect for their cultural heritage.
Children's Feeding Network is partnered with Hope of Life International, feeding the most destitute and malnourished children in Guatemala. Thank you for your support and help with donated food, nuitritionals, medical supplies, personal hygiene items so we can ship these items to where they are most needed. www.childrensfeedingnetwork.org .
Acts 2 partnered up with Living Water International, an organization helping communities acquire clean water, to raise money for a piece of drilling equipment needed to drill in certain locations in Guatemala with difficult geographical barriers.
http://jshandp.com Film about the Mequon-Thiensville Rotary Club's efforts to improve the lives of the people in Oliveros, Guatemala, by offering free medical, dental and vision care and supplies. Filmed and edited by Jackson Farley, produced by JacksonSpencer LLC, a marketing company in Cedarburg, Wisconsin run by Mike Farley.
In July 2016, 13 colleagues from Portland-based Evanta, a CEB company, traveled to the remote village of Tzalamila, Guatemala in partnership with Medical Teams International. Alongside community members, they built hygiene infrastructure including latrines and hand washing stations, with the goal of improving the health of the children who live there. Currently, 49% of Guatemalan children under the age of five are chronically malnourished. This video provides a snapshot of the connections that were made. B'antiox! Film & editing by Anthony Forsyth
Through our partnership with Buckner Shoes for Orphan Souls, you made it possible for Wendy and kids just like her to receive a brand new pair of shoes! Joy even got to put the shoes on her feet and love on her! Read more about what Buckner is all about on Joy's blog: http://way.fm/2aj2e7o