KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL

 
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL has received 1 donation
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL has received 1 donation
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL has received 1 donation
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL has received 2 donations
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL has received 2 donations
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL posted a progress report
    Evaluation Round #2 + Staff @ International Forum
    By - Diane Dvorin - Co-founder & Managing Director
    Cycle 2 of Evaluation Set to Go Like everyone else, we want to know whether our work is making a measurable difference in the lives of girls, families and communities in San Pedro Sacatepéquez. We also want to learn how we can do a better job of what we’re doing. In January of this year we launched a systematic...
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL 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...
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL has received 1 donation
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL posted a progress report
    Evaluation Program Underway
    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...
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL has received 6 donations
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL posted a progress report
    PROGRAM WINS NATIONAL RECOGNITION
    By - Diane Dvorin - Co-founder & Managing Director, WWT
    PROGRAM WINS NATIONAL RECOGNITION Guatemalan Ministry of Education Makes It Official    ADIMTU, Women Work Together’s sister organization in San Pedro Sacatepéquez, has been awarded national accreditation from the Guatemalan Ministry of Education for the...
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL posted a progress report
    Programs Flourish in Rural Middle Schools
    By - Diane Dvorin - Co-founder & Managing Director, WWT
    From the outset, teachers and school administrators across San Pedro have been important local partners, helping to open the doors of schools and classrooms to our programs for middle school girls. With the conclusion of the 2013 school year coming up (Guatemalan schools are in session January-October), we're about to...
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL posted a progress report
    March 2013 Evaluating Programs--Progress Ahead
    By - WWT - Board Members
    The focus for the first two weeks of our March trip to Guatemala was to support our sister organization, Mujeres Trabajan Unidas on an in-depth evaluation of our current programs.  Board member and anthropologist Dr. Theresa Preston-Werner along with Program Director Wendy Baring-Gould led the effort. The goal for...
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL posted a progress report
    March Field Visit
    By - TRACY EHLERS - FOUNDER & PROGRAM DIRECTOR
    Women Work Together came to San Pedro Sacatepéquez this month first to do two weeks of research and evaluation in 14 villages. Secondly, we are applying what we learned to workshops and institutes for girls, parents, and teachers from the schools we visited. Thirty-five girls who are now in Level 2 of the Leadership...
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL has received 16 donations
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL posted a progress report
    Las Hermanitas - WWT's Mentoring Program
    By - TRACY EHLERS - FOUNDER & PROGRAM DIRECTOR
    Las Hermanitas -  Mentoring in Santa Teresa   Santa Teresa,  is a village about 20 minutes outside of San Pedro Sacatepequez, San Marcos, where Women Work Together works. This is a little town where all kinds of magic is happening. Dedicated teachers, passionate mothers, excited teens, and supportive...
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL posted a progress report
    Our Campaign is Working!!!
    By - TRACY EHLERS - FOUNDER & PROGRAM DIRECTOR
    OUR CAMPAIGN IS WORKING!!!!             Women Work Together was in San Pedro Sacatepéquez, San Marcos, Guatemala for a 3-week field trip in June 2012. We quickly learned that our campaign to “Send Your Daughter to School” was working! Every workshop...
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL posted a progress report
    Reading & Writing Moms and Daughters in Guatemala
    By - Tracy Ehlers, Ph.D. - Founder and Program Director
    Madres e Hijas (Mothers and Daughters)  A girl's education requires support from many adults, notably teachers and parents. Beginning in March 2012, Women Work Together introduced a new program in San Pedro Sacatepéquez, San Marcos, Guatemala, called Madres e Hijas whose goal is to jump-start a continuing series...
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL posted a progress report
    CHRISTMAS IN GUATEMALA
    By - TRACY EHLERS - FOUNDER & PROGRAM DIRECTOR
    CHRISTMAS IN GUATEMALA  Women Work Together spent 3 weeks in San Pedro Sacatepéquez, San Marcos, Guatemala, returning just before Christmas. Our team of American and Guatemalan staff was supported by a truly incredible Spanish-speaking group of Colorado volunteers and dedicated community members from San Pedro....
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL has received 162 donations
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  • KEEP GUATEMALAN GIRLS IN SCHOOL has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
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