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 Colectiva Feminista Artesanas Antigua Guatemala aims to raise awareness about violence against women and girls by offering workshops and talks. They also provide accompaniment and safe spaces for women and girls, free from violence.
Refuge International is a US-based non-profit organization focused on improving lives in rural communities by improving access to healthcare, education, nutrition and clean water, and also provides opportunities for mentoring of students who wish to become involved in humanitarian efforts.
Revive Amatitlán is dedicated to reviving lake Amatitlán. Our first step was a 2017 pilot in which thousands of fish were created, fish eggs covered artificial spawning beds and in which 4 meters of sludge was bio-eliminated.
We are a women's organization that works for the benefit of children, adolescents, youth and women survivors of violence.
Odres Nuevos GT is a non-governmental, non-profit organization dedicated to support children, adolescents and their families living in poverty and extreme poverty with education, health, entrepreneurship and social assistance programs. The beneficiaries: children and adolescents work in the streets, selling products or shining shoes and by incorporating them into the different programs provided, it is possible to initiate a process of personal, family and community change, aiming to transform their future.
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.