Noticias y Blogs de la Comunidad de ONGs

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Visita a Casa Hogar "San Jerónimo Emiliani"

1/7/11
Con gran éxito se llevo a cabo el pasado domingo 26 de junio el Proyecto Visita a Casa Hogar, organizado y coordinado por Servicio Para La Paz Guatemala; dicho proyecto consistió en una visita al Hogar de Niños San Jerónimo Emiliani, ubicado en la zona uno de la Ciudad de Guatemala; dicho Hogar es administrado por un grupo de hermanas religiosas Somascas y atiende a...

A Joyful First Graduation!

1/12/11
Blog: Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala
Our first graduation!  What better way to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Adopt-a-Village? Only the country’s violent October tropical storms threatened the schedule.  Three days before the ceremony, president Alvaro Colom issued a plea for people not to travel the flooded highways—many of them destroyed by landslides, and mountainsides still collapsing with the...

Florida High School Students Volunteer to Combat Chronic Child Malnutrition

5/2/12
Blog: Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala
.wp-caption { float:left; margin-right:10px; } .clr { clear:both; } The Venice, Florida, Interact Club, a group of 40 high school students, is working with Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala by supporting a scholarship for an indigenous student at our Mayan Center for Education and Development. The club’s goal is two-fold—alleviate hunger by supporting a scholarship in...

Como es la vida

23/6/10
De: agarberson | La Vida Idealist
Así es la Vida. Es una frase popular para los momentos menos agradables de la vida que he escuchado con demasiada frecuencia esta semana. Al igual que los chinos se encogió de hombros fuera del gobierno forzada por violaciónes libertades civiles, los guatemaltecos casualmente aceptar lo que se reparta la mano, algo que muchos de nosotros son muy afortunados de...

Dental Awareness group...and their beautiful video!

26/10/13
Blog: Mayan Families
This is a beautifully made video by the group.."Dental Awareness" that is working here in Guatemala and we are honored to be associated with them.  The pre school that they show is the Mayan Families San Antonio Palopo pre school....https://vimeo.com/76619714Sharon Smart-PoageMAYAN FAMILIESa registered 501.(c).(3) Non Profit Charitywww.mayanfamilies.org

Wild Tomato Makes a Comeback

9/10/11
Blog: Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala
Would you believe these are cherry tomatoes! Not JUST cherry tomatoes, but a little-known tomato indigenous to a far northwestern rainforest region in Guatemala. The plant, along with its bright sanguine tint and subtle sweet flavor flourished for centuries with the aid of the Maya’s master agricultural skills. But in recent decades, the robust miniature has taken...

La corrupción en Guatemala

13/11/10
Blog: Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala
Hola a todos, Yo soy la reimpresión de un artículo de Michael Deibert del periódico The Guardian en Inglaterra. Él es un investigador visitante en el Centro de Estudios de Paz y Reconciliación y el autor de las notas de la lucha por Haití. Yo no podría haber escrito sobre este tema mejor lo voy a dejar de leer lo que tiene que decir. Frances solitaria batalla...

Canada can’t ignore alleged crimes against humanity

11/4/11
Blog: Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala
original post: http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/Canada+ignore+alleged+crimes+against+h... By Pascal Paradis and Matt Eisenbrandt, Calgary Herald An Alberta case provides the Canadian government with an opportunity to send a strong message that those accused of carrying out crimes against humanity anywhere in the world will be held accountable. In January, Jorge...

Students Lead the Way to Combat Chronic Child Malnutrition

7/12/11
Blog: Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala
There are few schools in the world that can be found on top of a remote mountain, (less one that boasts a resident jaguar as does the Adopt-a-Village Mayan Center).  I know of one distant school in the Chilean mountains, just across the border from Argentina.  It’s on the way to a ski resort, so I’m not really sure that it qualifies. Other educational boarding...

Guatemala: Between A Rock and A Hard Place

17/9/11
Blog: Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala
Kevin Casas-Zamora, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Latin America Initiative The Brookings Institution September 16, 2011 — Elections were held in Guatemala on September 11. As has become customary since the country’s return to democratic rule in 1986, no candidate was close to reaching 50% of the vote to win outright. A second round run-off will now take place on...

Guatemalan Presidential Election Campaign Heats Up

28/7/11
Blog: Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala
Por Alex Renderos, Los Angeles Times 28 de julio 2011 Reportando desde la Ciudad de Guatemala- Plagada de carteles de la droga mexicanos que han ido erosionando la autoridad del gobierno nacional, Guatemala se enfrenta a una elección presidencial en unas pocas semanas que enfrenta a un ex oficial del ejército en contra de un ex primera dama, pero no ofrece...

Formar a un estudiante, una transformación del pueblo

10/5/11
Blog: Adopt-a-Village in Guatemala
Two extraordinary events occur when you give an Adopt-a-Village scholarship.  First, you change the course of one child’s life.  And then, you change the course of a community. Our Mayan Center for Training and Education benefits worthy and impoverished students to improve their lives.  Additionally, through students’ community service, it benefits entire villages. ...
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