We have worked for the past 10 years in Guatemala, generating sustainable impact with over 7,456 people and 86 communities across Guatemala's rural area.
We work with groups of women living in vulnerable communities that understand the impact malnutrition has on their family´s future and are willing to work towards a healthier lifestyle for them an their children.
We provide intensive training in food and nutritional security, food preparation, child stimulation, agricultural activities, local associations for savings and credits and income generation.
We are family-centered, even though our primary focus is in woman, we have specific initiatives both for husband and children.
Prevent chronic malnutrition through skill development in women and their families.
A new generation of healthier Guatemalans with access to better opportunities.
Our primary strenght relies in our Team. We have over 50 technicians in our team who train and develop families throughout the whole program.
Our Team not only speaks the local languange but also lives in the community, allowing long term relationships to form between program members and out Team.
According to UNICEF, Guatemala holds the first place in chronic malnutrition in America.
According to World Food Program, Guatemala holds fifth place in chronic malnutrition in the world.
According to UNICEF, one out of two children in Guatemala suffer chronic malnutrition.
Our focus is to develop competencies in women in order to prevent malnutrition, also generating an impact in her family and community. Change in behaviors, habits and good practices is achieved in a three-year period.
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