The Asociación de Estudios y Proyectos de Esfuerzo Popular -EPRODEP- is a Guatemalan non-profit organization founded in 1994 by a group of socially committed people. EPRODEP promotes and vindicates the human rights of children, adolescents, youth and women, facilitates access to formal and non-formal education from an alternative and transformative pedagogical approach based on the principles of Popular Education and Good Living.
Founded in 1992, Local Hope (Xela AID Guatemala) provides low- and no-cost health and mental health care and clean water support; intensive support for education including a Montessori Preschool, Educational Scholarships, a Study Center and Adult Literacy Program, and certified COVID-safe Computer Lab; a Leadership Certificate Program, job skills training; and social services included a Special Needs Program for Children and Youth with Disabilities and a budding program for senior support. These programs serve approximately 5000 people annually.
ROMP's mission is to ensure access to high quality prosthetic care for underserved people, improving their mobility and independence. Today ROMP works in the countries of Guatemala, Ecuador, and the United States. In Guatemala City, ROMP has a permanent site, which provides prosthetic care and community rehabilitation to vulnerable amputees throughout the country and the region.
She's the First is a global nonprofit organization that partners with community-based organizations to ensure that girls around the world are educated, respected and heard. Our work is divided into two pillars: we build coalitions of community organizations and provide them with funding, training and flexible resources to increase girls' power, and we engage in girl-led advocacy activities around the world.
Puerta de Esperanza was born in the heart of a Guatemalan woman who saw the need to accompany the lives of working children in a somewhat forgotten sector of the city, the terminal market, where food is plentiful, but not exactly for them.
Puerta de Esperanza is a space of opportunities that makes children and adolescents know new horizons, expanding their ability to dream and fight for their dreams.
Casa Materna provides critically needed medical services and education to low-income mothers in San Juan La Laguna and its villages. Our goal is for all women in the area to have a safe, affordable, and accessible place to give birth and thereby decrease maternal and fetal mortality in the region.
We are a center specialized in Tutoring, Therapy for children with Disabilities or Learning Disabilities, Timely Stimulation, School Accompaniment, Teacher Training, Diagnostic Evaluation and Counseling for Parents and Educational Centers in Antigua Guatemala and its surroundings.
We have individualized or group therapies. These include: Language, neuromotor, academic and independence. The therapies can be group or individual depending on the needs of each student and the initial evaluation that we make.
ASCATED, is a civil society association that has been dedicated for 30 years in Guatemala to promote the rights of people with disabilities, currently executes its actions through 3 programs including inclusive community development, inclusive education and labor inclusion and entrepreneurship, its 3 programs are aimed at improving the quality of life of people with disabilities, developing strategic lines of action such as education and training, research, development of educational materials, legislation and policies among others.
ROMPIENDO LÍMITES -ASORO- was born from the initiative of people with and without disabilities, who joined forces to work with people with disabilities and their families, working in the department of Chiquimula, specifically in the municipalities of Jocotán, Camotán, Olopa and San Juan Ermita, which belong to the Chortí region and are located within the area recognized as the "Dry Corridor", as well as in Chiquimula, the capital.
VIDE is a non-profit association founded in 2021 by professionals committed to the development of Guatemala and Central America, we focus on generating a significant impact in education, gender equity and economic development. Guided by the Sustainable Development Goals, we aspire to build an equitable and sustainable future for communities.
We are a non-profit association who work with a human rights based approach facilitating processes for the inclusion of people with disabilities, focusing primarily on women with visual and hearing impairments in the areas of education, health, social, economic empowerment and advocacy. We are using the community-based Inclusive Development strategy. We have been legally constituted in 2017 and our territorial coverage are in the departments of Sololá and Quiche.
We aim to contribute to the construction of a just and inclusive society by facilitating processes that enable and promote the empowerment of people with disabilities, their families, and their community to advocate for, demand, and fully exercise their rights.
We are a budding community center in the Chaimal Village, San Pedro Carchá, Alta Verapaz. Our small center is constructed with some boards and sheets, with a compacted earth floor, benches made of wood with blocks, a table, and several children, women, and youth from nearby villages who use our space for workshops, storytelling sessions, reading hours, book loans, and some strengthening courses. Our services immediately connect with the communities through programs that promote reading, critical thinking, creativity, and the empowerment of women with cultural relevance.
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