Adela Esther Tuy I come from a family with indigenous roots, in a small community where there is abundant culture,..
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STRENGTHENING LEADERSHIP AND EMPOWERING YOUTH | The Work of the Mojomayas in Alta Verapaz and Quiche Departments
Adolescence and Youth within the Context of Covid-19
No more child soldiers as tools of war!
Yessica Pastor In large part, the emergence of many of the not-for-profit organizations in Guatemala is a response to..
Many women are working in their communities in various areas and some are enthusiastically making major changes through art in..
MAIA is the first secondary girls’ school in Central America led by indigenous women. It is redefining education in Guatemala..
Mactzil Camey When the COVID-19 pandemic was emerging worldwide, the government of Guatemala registered the first case on March 13,..
A chance is all that Francisca Morales needed. When she finished primary school in her home village of El Granadillo..
By Leidy Yareth González Romero Speaking an indigenous language continues to be an obstacle when it comes to studying, working..
By EntreMundos On Wednesday the 19th of August 2020, a mural was completed at the EntreMundos facilities as part of..
Girls, Youth and Social Media: Abuse and Bullying drive them away from Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
By Plan Internacional A recent global survey on internet violence shows that one in five girls and youth (19%) have..
By Jhony Otzoy The national reality about education and Indigenous People in Guatemala is nothing satisfactory. According to UNESCO, cited..