Pueblo a Pueblo, Inc.

Our mission is to improving the health, education and food security of families in Indigenous and rural communities in Latin America. We seek to strengthen vulnerable families by serving women and children, with an emphasis on Indigenous peoples in the Lake Atitlan region of Guatemala and other rural, coffee-growing communities in Latin America through integrated, school-based health & education programs. Pueblo a Pueblo was founded on the belief that meaningful and sustainable change requires the commitment and active involvement of the individual, community or organization that will benefit from that change. Pueblo a Pueblo strives to deepen values such as personal responsibility, se...

Pueblo a Pueblo, Inc.
P.O. Box 43
Cabin John, MD 20818
United States
202-302-0622
http://www.puebloapueblo.org

Executive Director

Rosemary Trent

Management Team

Rosemary Trent, Montserrat Deu Pons

Board of Directors

Kristen Van Zandt, Steve Kirk, Montse Deu, Nancy Derr, Daniel Schecter, Rosemary Trent, Montserrat Deu Pons, Steve Kirk, Rick Peyser

Project Leaders

Rosemary Trent

Mission

Our mission is to improving the health, education and food security of families in Indigenous and rural communities in Latin America. We seek to strengthen vulnerable families by serving women and children, with an emphasis on Indigenous peoples in the Lake Atitlan region of Guatemala and other rural, coffee-growing communities in Latin America through integrated, school-based health & education programs. Pueblo a Pueblo was founded on the belief that meaningful and sustainable change requires the commitment and active involvement of the individual, community or organization that will benefit from that change. Pueblo a Pueblo strives to deepen values such as personal responsibility, self-respect, careful stewardship of resources, collaboration and creative problem-solving.

Programs

Pueblo a Pueblo directly targets the three most critical needs of the families in this region; long-term solutions to support child education and health and nutrition. Today we work in multiple communities in the Santiago Atitlan region. Our programs are reducing maternal and infant mortality; teaching new mothers about parenting, child care and family planning; helping children stay in school and succeed; keeping infants and children healthy with regular medical and dental exams; delivering nutritious meals at school; teaching children to grow their own vegetables; improving literacy with a school library and ongoing literacy activities; and providing the facilities, education and clean water needed to keep children healthy and teach them good sanitation and hygiene habits. From the beginning, Pueblo a Pueblo has collaborated with community members to develop sustainable solutions that respect the people we serve. We proudly remain true to our name, working together-village to village and people to people-to build individual and community capacity and create a future of health, education and opportunity for the children of Guatemala and beyond.

Statistics on Pueblo a Pueblo, Inc.

Financial Statistics

  • Maximum Annual Budget: $400,000
  • Other funding sources: Individual and Group Sponsorship Foundation Grants Corporate Donations
  • Religious Affiliation: none
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