Natün Guatemala works in the Lake Atitlán region of Guatemala to implement community-led programs that address systemic barriers and build cultural strength and resilience. Our work is driven by the expertise of Mayan staff and community leaders towards long-term, meaningful change in the areas of education, nutrition & health, and economic development.
Natün Guatemala, a registered US 501(c)3 organization in the US, works in partnership with our legally-registered Guatemalan partner association (Asociación Natün) to implement our programs on the ground.
We believe in education and community development as ways to improve the quality of life of thousands of people in rural areas.
We work in Purulhá, Baja Verapaz, one of the municipalities with the highest illiteracy and malnutrition rates in the country, so our efforts are focused on providing quality education and comprehensive care for children and youth.
Estufas Chispa, fabrica y distribuye Estufas Mejoradas de leña para mejorar la calidad de vida de los cocineros (as) en los hogares Guatemaltecos. Las estufas están diseñada para reducir el consumo de leña y emisiones de CO2, reducir enfermedades respiratorias derivadas de la inhalación de humo y proveer un lugar seguro para cocinar.
Las estufas son distribuidas a nivel a nacional a través de ONGs, gobierno local y diferentes proyectos comunitarios de impacto social.
With TuConsejería we are providing remote mental health services to underserved populations, with an emphasis on women survivors of violence, youth and suicide support. We have 3 affordable and confidential services: emotional support chat in times of crisis, video / audio psychological therapy and support groups.
Creamos was initiated in 2008 as a social entrepreneurship initiative for 20 women who had historically relied on collecting, recycling, reusing and reselling items scavenged in the garbage dump, in addition to other forms of risky work, to make a living. In the years since, the organization’s offerings have expanded dramatically to include both a robust emotional support program and an accredited adult education program in addition to safe and sustainable income-generating opportunities.
Project CAN is a digital resource center (www.proyectocan.org) that collects, creates and disseminates resources in the culinary, agriculture and Nutrition (CAN) area. Likewise, it provides advisory services on the design and implementation of nutritional interventions to improve food and nutritional security in urban and rural populations.
The Puerta Abierta is a vibrant learning center for students of all ages with a focus on meaningful education and literacy outreach in Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala. We offer creative teaching practices that awaken a love for learning and exploration in our students and teachers.
littleGIANTS is a non profit organization, operating in the field of education and community building, that provides the tools to empower children and youth (4-18 years old) from distressed neighborhoods and their communities to unchain their dreams, unleash their potential, thrive and create lasting change in their communities. We achieve this through our integral after school learning experience which explores the uniqueness of each child and develops personal life skills that will lead to social transformation and children will act as agents of change for their communities.
Girl Rising works with local partners by providing customized tools and curricula to build confidence and agency in girls and to change attitudes and social norms so that entire communities stand up for girls and against gender discrimination.
Our story-based tools and curricula engage, energize and motivate young people to see beyond their borders, value their education, understand their rights and believe in their capacity to change their lives, communities, and even the world.
Child Aid invests in literacy and education programs because we believe curious kids can change the world. For more than two decades, Child Aid has worked to improve the quality of education in Guatemala’s indigenous communities. From the start, we recognized the link between illiteracy and systemic poverty, and saw the possibility to make a lasting impact in children’s lives through education.
ALBANUEVA delivers professional development training programs to for-purpose organizations in Guatemala aimed at empowering employees and increasing organizational efficiency. We work with organizations to design the perfect program to fit their individual needs and budget.
Sunflower Communications is a social media writing and management service that helps socially conscious companies improve their communications to amplify their impact. We support nonprofits, social enterprises and B corporations.
We work with each client to strengthen their communications through the creation of detailed, comprehensive strategies and robust content creation.
We focus on the most vulnerable children by supporting them to break the cycle of poverty and leave this world a little better than we found it. Without being an organization with religious purposes, our work and our actions are inspired by the values of the Gospel and the Mayan culture.
Since 2003, Education For The Children has worked with the young people and families from Jocotenango, Guatemala to access free quality education, nutritious food, health and social services. We empower them with skills to be successful and inspire future generations.
Asociación SERniña has 8 years of working with different communities in Sacatepéquez, accompanying girls, boys and youth to discover their "true self" through an authentic identity, which recognizes and celebrates their abilities, critical thinking, spiritual and corporal love and the confidence they need to make informed life decisions and become agents of positive change in their lives and communities.
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