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...
Fight Child Malnutrition in Rural Guatemala
 
We fight child malnutrition by providing nutritious school meals daily to over 1,200 indigenous Guatemalan school children. The lunches help the children to stay healthy, focus better and remain in school. project reportread updates from the field
Help Build School Libraries in Rural Guatemala
 
We build lending libraries in indigenous, coffee-growing communities in Guatemala to provide children with access to books and literacy activities. We train local teachers to use library resources to weave reading and writing into the fabric of their classrooms. project reportread updates from the field
Improving Maternal-Infant Health for Mayan Women
 
Poverty, illness, and malnutrition threaten the lives of expectant mothers and their newborns in indigenous coffee-growing communities of Guatemala. Pueblo a Pueblo helps reduce the threat by offering access to education and vital prenatal and postnatal care for mothers and medical care for their babies from birth to age five, the most vulnerable period of their lives. project reportread updates from the field
Creating Educational Opportunity for Maya Children
 
In a country where nearly 70% of the population lives in poverty, staying healthy and receiving educational support can make all the difference. Pueblo a Pueblo creates lasting change in the communities where we work by addressing the principal factors that keep children unhealthy and out of the classroom. project reportread updates from the field
Empower Coffee Farming Families through Beekeeping
 
We provide impoverished coffee farmers with the tools, training, and support necessary to earn extra income through beekeeping. Our project helps more than 20 farmers provide for their families despite a national coffee crop loss of nearly 50% this year due to "roya," a coffee plague sweeping across Guatemalan farming communities. project reportread updates from the field
School Health and Hygiene for Mayan Children
 
We help children in public primary schools stay healthy by giving them access to gender-segregated bathrooms, hand-washing stations, and water tanks and filters. We also work with teachers and student leaders to build good hygiene habits that last a lifetime. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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