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Dispossession of ancestral lands: The case of the Maya Q’eqchi ‘Cataljí community
For: Majo Recinos Mario Sánchez is an enterprising and hardworking local Quetzalteco. In 2010, Don Mario had the idea of..
By IMAP When Europeans invaded Mesoamerican lands the richness of the environment was destined to over exploitation of its natural..
Mesoamerican Permaculture Institute Children are our future. This is the argument behind many debates and efforts aimed at strengthening child..
By Leidy Yareth González Romero Speaking an indigenous language continues to be an obstacle when it comes to studying, working..
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS AND COVID-19: Fighting the economic effects of the pandemic in San Juan la Laguna, Gutaemala
Erwin Colli Chayax Guatemala is made up of 22 departments and 340 municipalities. 4 ethnicities (or peoples) inhabit the country,..
By EntreMundos “Yesmin died this Monday’s early morning. Being only 2 years old, a pneumonia caused by malnutrition ended with..
For: Paola Cano There is so much said on the issue of malnutrition in Guatemala and the information is so..
Guatemalan government claims to be pro-life, but cuts funding for prevention of mortality and malnutrition
By EntreMundos This Tuesday, the Diario de Centro América published the authorization of the organization Planned Parenthood Global to establish..
By Raquel Juárez The mineral wealth of Mexico has been coveted since the Spanish invasion. When Hernán Cortés set sail..