As a Rotarian, I love visiting other clubs. They are always so welcoming and great partners. Here are a few pictures from some of the clubs I visited lately.
Thanks to a generous donation to Amigos de Guatemala, partnering with Funsepa, is adding technology to two new schools in the Zacualpa area. Fredy, our boots on the ground, has initiated the process. We are excited to see the students using these new learning tools.
I am in the middle of translating some letters from the Cloverdale High School Interact club. They support two students. Here is an excerpt from a letter to the middle school student they support. Amigos de Guatemala makes a difference in both sides. Thank you so much for all that you have shared with us.
Here are some of the students taking a different kind of soaking while getting to know each other and the 2018 volunteers at Aguas Calientes. These students rarely get to be “kids” playing and laughing.
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
Helping scholarship students is not just an adult activity. Many different student groups have supported Amigos de Guatemala over time. Currently, there are three different Interact Clubs making a difference through education. These are the Cloverdale, Healdsburg and Salida clubs. Interact is the middle and high school Rotary clubs. Recently, I had the privilege to
While not an educator by profession, I have always believed that every person around the world has the right to a basic education. To me, basic education means high school, whatever that looks like in their respective country. As with most third world countries, education is not free especially for the middle and high school