Girls Mentoring Girls in Guatemala

 
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  • Girls Mentoring Girls in Guatemala posted a progress report
    The Community Sees a Difference
    By - Wendy Baring-Gould - Program Director
    As I was leaving Guatemala last February after spending over a month there, I was approached by a man who wanted to share his observations of ADIMTU’s work in the villages of San Pedro Sacatepéquez and especially what he thought about the impact it was having on the adolescent girls in the communities where...
    • 3 months ago
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  • Girls Mentoring Girls in Guatemala posted a progress report
    Evaluation Program Underway - Programs Set for Expansion
    By - Diane Dvorin - Co-founder & Managing Director, WWT
    Evaluation Program Underway - Programs Set for Expansion Our top-notch program and evaluation team of Wendy Baring-Gould and RoseMarie Perez Foster spent several weeks in San Pedro Sacatepéquez during January & February working intensively with the ADIMTU team to prepare for the new school year. During their...
    • 6 months ago
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  • Girls Mentoring Girls in Guatemala posted a progress report
    Mi Hermanita to Reach 600+ Girls in 2014
    By - Diane Dvorin - Co-founder & Managing Director, WWT
    Mi Hermanita – My Little Sister - Expands as 2014 School Year Begins Program Evaluation Launched to Measure Outcomes and Impact Children across Guatemala are returning to school this month, embarking on a school year that runs from mid-January to the end of October. In San Pedro Sacatepéquez girls starting...
    • 7 months ago
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  • Girls Mentoring Girls in Guatemala has received 3 donations
    • 9 months ago
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  • Girls Mentoring Girls in Guatemala posted a progress report
    Teen Girls Are Agents of Change
    By - Diane Dvorin - Co-Founder and Managing Director
    Mi Hermanita is the culminating project for middle school girls in San Pedro Sacatepéquez.  By the time they become Big Sisters, the girls and their families have already participated in earlier projects about the importance and benefits of staying in school. They’ve learned about their mothers’ and...
    • 11 months ago
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  • Girls Mentoring Girls in Guatemala has received 15 donations
    • 1 year ago
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  • Girls Mentoring Girls in Guatemala posted a progress report
    Big Sisters - A "Magic Ingredient" in Little Sisters' School Success
    By - Diane Dvorin - Co Founder and Managing Director
    In preparation for this posting, I asked Nancy Fabiola Pérez Orozco de Navarro, who runs Las Hermanitas in 5 of San Pedro’s 13 rural middle schools, to pass along some news about the relationships she’s seen develop between some of the Big and Little Sisters in the program. Two of these stories follow,...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Girls Mentoring Girls in Guatemala posted a progress report
    Program Grows + Girls, Moms & Teachers Love It!
    By - Diane Dvorin - Co-founder, Women Work Together
    Now operating in 5 villages of San Pedro Sacatepéquez, San Marcos, Guatemala, Las Hermanitas – Big/Little Sisters - has added 2 new locations for the 2013 school year that began in January. Not only are new middle school girls in all 5 locations signing up to be mentors, but all of last year’s Big Sisters...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Girls Mentoring Girls in Guatemala posted a progress report
    Earthquake Impacts San Pedro
    By - TRACY EHLERS - FOUNDER & PROGRAM DIRECTOR
    On November 7, 2012, a 7.4 magnitude earthquake hit the state of San Marcos, causing considerable destruction and death in the town of San Pedro and its rural areas. Dozens of people were killed, hundreds hurt, and thousands made homeless. Our sister nonprofit in San Pedro, Mujeres Trabajan Unidas, suspended its normal work...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Girls Mentoring Girls in Guatemala has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
    • 2 years ago
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  • Girls Mentoring Girls in Guatemala has received 5 donations
    • 2 years ago
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