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Santiago Atitlán, Solola, Guatemala

Pueblo a Pueblo’s mission is to improve the health, education and food security of families in rural coffee-growing communities in Guatemala through integrated community and school-based programs.

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Calle Del Rastro, Panajachel, Guatemala

Mayan Families is a nonprofit operating in the Highlands of Guatemala, working to provide opportunities and assistance to the indigenous and impoverished people through education and community development.

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Casa de Arbol, Callejon Cotzar, Panajachel

Maya Traditions is dedicated to facilitating access to national and international markets for Maya backstrap weaver artisans and their families in the highlands of Guatemala. Following a Fair Trade model, we continually seek to support our artisans, their families, and their communities through social programs that work to build capacity, preserve local cultures, and motivate indigenous women to strengthen their entrepreneurial ecosystems.

Check out our tours, classes, and workshops!

Our store in Panajachel is open to the public Monday-Friday, 9am-1pm and then from 2-5pm.

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Panajachel, Guatemala

As an officially registered Guatemalan non-profit Asociación, the design of the Ayuda program is based on an extreme over-population of domestic animals, and caring citizens, businesses, schools,  local and national government agencies, and other nonprofit organizations which share our philosophies and goals.

POPULATION CONTROL: Ayuda facilitates professional spay/neuter sterilization services for needy dogs and cats.  As part of our standard treatments, we also provide for vaccinations against deadly local diseases such as Parvo and Distemper, along with internal and external parasite treatments.

Our weekly sterilization clinics are generally scheduled on Thursdays.  Currently, we routinely facilitate clinics in 4 major villages and their aldeas. Impoverished locals and local rescuers are welcome to bring animals to any of our clinics.

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Canton Ch'utch'aj, Santiago Atitlan, Solola

Emergency room open 24 hours a day.
Consultations and laboratory: 8 AM to 5PM Monday – Friday

Staff speaks Spanish. Some medical staff and volunteers may speak English.

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