There are so many things that we are grateful for. Read the following newsletter to learn more: https://mailchi.mp/0817df686c48/spring-newsletter-from-amigos-de-guatemala-3038561
Amigos de Guatemala welcomes our new partner who will be managing the day to day activities such as working with the scholarship students as well as any projects we are working on. Her name is Rosaura Guadalupe Zacarías Chanchavac. She is from the department of Quiché, Guatemala and lives in Zacualpa. She promises to take on this job with great responsibility, honesty, punctuality and above all with a lot of interest. Rosaura did her university internship at ADIZ. She has also been an elementary school teacher. She continued her studies at the University and graduated as a teacher of secondary education and recently complete her education in Educational Administration.
This is the time of year of reflecting and giving thanks to all of our amigos. From new students to training indigenous midwives and medical professionals through our partnership with Project CURE to our recent graduates, 2017 has been an exciting year. None of this would happen without our sponsors and supporters. Muchisimas gracias. Plese continue to spread the word.
Exciting day getting ready for tomorrow’s first training class.
The medical equipment could not have happened without our partners. Muchas gracias!
Friday, October 14, a group of dedicated volunteers from Advance Guatemala, Amigos de Guatemala, Rotary Club of Scottsdale Sunrise and Project CURE filled up a shipping container with the much anticipated donated medical equipment. Here are some pictures from that day.
What can I say other than I am ECSTATIC, bouncing off the walls! Amigos de Guatemala did it. The shipping costs for the $500,000 medical equipment. Through your help, a Rotary district grant as well as a guardian angel in the form of a non-profit called Advance Guatemala, changing lives through access to better medical care.
Amigos de Guatemala is a small operation focusing on access to education and healthcare. This opportunity to change the lives of over 70,000 indigenous Maya will forever change the health of the Zacualpa community.
Thank you Advance Guatemala and Project C.U.R.E for being wonderful partners. To a long and fulfilling partnership.
How can you help? Spread the word. There is always the need to help with education opportunities such as scholarships, keeping the library update to date and literacy besides the numerous medical needs.