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Soluciones Comunitarias (SolCom) is a Guatemalan-owned social enterprise established through the
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Greg Van Kirk has developed the MicroConsignment model—a sustainable, replicable means of deliver
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75% of Guatemalan families use wood as a main source of energy, around 70pounds per day in open f
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The rapid environmental deterioration and depletion of Guatemala's natural resources is unde
Our MicroConsignment Model creates access for the first time.
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Desea al empoderamiento de las mujeres, transformar sus vidas y las de sus comunidades a través
EHAS Foundation has extensive experience in telemedicine in isolated areas of developing countrie
Primeros Pasos provides access to quality clinical care, health education and community outreach
Concern America has developed and is successfully implementing an integrated health care model th
Para realizar el proyecto las organizaciones comunitarias identifican a las familias a ser benefi
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Americas Clinical brings clinical drug trials to Guatemala by pulling together drug companies, pa
Primeros Pasos (“First Steps”) is a comprehensive approach to improve healthcare in Guatemala.
In impoverished communities abroad, where the greatest need for "patient empowerment" is creating
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We suggest to open an underground café in a style of vanguard.In this café customers will be able
In Guatemala, 58% of women who live in rural areas have never had a Pap smear.
In Western Guatemala many women who live below the poverty line rely on small farms to subsidize
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The Casa Jackson Center for Malnourished Infants combats malnutrition through a multiple-approach
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