Our achievements

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beneficiaries assisted in 2019

During 2019, FUNDAP continued with its purpose of working to build a culture of solidarity and subsidiarity focused on the person and the need to achieve better and more dignified conditions of life, work and freedom, providing support to over one hundred and seventy thousand people.

BENEFICIARIES BY GENDER

Excerpt from the annual letter 2018

“The support of our 800 collaborators, donors and beneficiaries has been the key for getting such a good result in 2018. Respect, protection and support are our essence and we will still working for building a more just world and have a solid institution, providing quality service with a human touch.”

JORGE ARTURO GÁNDARA GABORIT, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

BENEFICIARIES BY PROGRAM

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beneficiaries assisted in 2018
through the Education Program

Evolución Educación

The education of children and youth is a recognized right. However, it is estimated that in Guatemala a total of 456,080 children between 5 and 6 years of age, 486,982 between 7 and 12 years, 620,310 between the ages of 13 and 15 years and a total of 809,956 between 16 and 18 years, are found outside the formal educational system.
Source: MINIEDUC – Guatemala. 2015.

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beneficiaries assisted in 2018
through the Healthcare Program

Evolución Salud

“Four out of ten children (43.4%) under the age of five present chronic malnutrition height-age ratio, a condition that causes less school retention, lower productivity, predisposition to acquire diseases and even loss of IQ or irreversible effects throughout life. Chronic malnutrition affects eight out of every ten (80%) indigenous children.”
Source: UNICEF – Guatemala.

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beneficiaries assisted in 2018
through the Microcredit Program

Evolución Microcrédito

According to the National Institute of Statistics (INE) in 2016 a 69.8% of workers in the informal economy were registered, of which a 44% corresponded to the metropolitan urban area, a 68.2% to the urban outskirts and an 82.3% to the rural area of the country.
Source: INE – Guatemala.

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beneficiaries assisted in 2017
through the Handicraft Program

Evolución Artesanía

“The Guatemalan Handicraft sector is composed of approximately one million artisan producers and most of them are indigenous, distributed in the 22 departments of the Republic, but with greater concentration in the western and central part of the country. It is estimated that 70% of this population are women, with textile production being the country’s largest handcrafted branch in back-strap and pedal looms, embroidered applications and crocheted woven products.”
Source: AGEXPORT – Guatemala.

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beneficiaries assisted in 2018
through the Agricultural Program

Evolución Agropecuario

“Family Agriculture – due to its use of native varieties, soil conservation and improvement practices, it’s less dependence on oil and derivatives and its practice of both polyculture and agro-forestry systems – plays a fundamental role in mitigation and adaptation to climate change ”.
Source: MAGA – Guatemala.

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beneficiaries assisted in 2018
through the Environmental Program

Evolución Forestal

“Guatemala has 3,722,595 hectares of land covered by forest, which represents 34.2% of the national territory. For the entire population forests are important because they are suppliers of goods such as wood, firewood, brushwood and other non-timber products. In addition, forests contribute to hydrological regulation, scenic beauty and, above all, lessen climatic impacts among other ecosystem services.”
Source: IARNA – URL.

FUNDAP works around six programs that fulfill the foundational objectives and its institutional mission.

BENEFICIARIES BY DEPARTMENT

Beneficiaries in 2018

Quetzaltenango50,713
Totonicapán15,166
San Marcos41,599
Huehuetenango10,799
Retalhuleu12,523
Suchitepéquez30,692
Sololá1,733
Quiché3,039
Chimaltenango5,551
Escuintla1,039
Sacatepéquez29

Beneficiaries in 2017

Quetzaltenango46,160
Totonicapán14,262
San Marcos35,403
Huehuetenango11,515
Retalhuleu11,656
Suchitepéquez29,466
Sololá1,606
Quiché2,127
Chimaltenango5,704
Escuintla1,000

Beneficiaries in 2016

Quetzaltenango65,429
Totonicapán19,344
San Marcos37,950
Huehuetenango10,310
Retalhuleu13,251
Suchitepéquez35,701
Sololá5,476
Quiché2,605
Alta Verapaz13
Baja Verapaz17
Chimaltenango6,236
Escuintla872
Guatemala1
El Progreso1
Jalapa31

Beneficiaries in 2015

Quetzaltenango63,227
Totonicapán13,772
San Marcos39,802
Huehuetenango13,074
Retalhuleu13,297
Suchitepéquez33,276
Sololá8,270
Quiché2,552
Chimaltenango6,054
Escuintla837

Beneficiaries in 2014

Quetzaltenango58,914
Totonicapán11,977
San Marcos34,121
Huehuetenango10,591
Retalhuleu13,455
Suchitepéquez31,725
Sololá6,906
Quiché2,225
Alta Verapaz27
Chimaltenango4,827
Escuintla708

Beneficiaries in 2013

Quetzaltenango59,507
Totonicapán14,012
San Marcos35,562
Huehuetenango10,051
Retalhuleu15,459
Suchitepéquez34,855
Sololá8,015
Quiché2,480
Baja Verapaz22
Chimaltenango4,613
Escuintla959
Sacatepéquez16
Guatemala1

Beneficiaries in 2012

Quetzaltenango56,442
Totonicapán15,937
San Marcos28,399
Huehuetenango10,301
Retalhuleu15,009
Suchitepéquez32,939
Sololá8,306
Quiché2,340
Baja Verapaz17
Chimaltenango4,467
Escuintla1,276

Beneficiaries in 2011

Quetzaltenango58,910
Totonicapán15,770
San Marcos32,447
Huehuetenango11,304
Retalhuleu13,183
Suchitepéquez31,723
Sololá11,866
Quiché3,533
Alta Verapaz3
Baja Verapaz28
Chimaltenango3,872
Escuintla1,331
Sacatepéquez1

Beneficiaries in 2010

Quetzaltenango64,726
Totonicapán16,175
San Marcos32,013
Huehuetenango11,114
Retalhuleu12,128
Suchitepéquez30,162
Sololá13,359
Quiché4,341
Alta Verapaz27
Baja Verapaz38
Chimaltenango3,485
Chiquimula29
Escuintla927

Beneficiaries in 2009

Quetzaltenango53,228
Totonicapán14,769
San Marcos18,483
Huehuetenango12,226
Retalhuleu17,752
Suchitepéquez22,509
Sololá3,547
Quiché4,704
Chimaltenango3,120
Escuintla1,064
Guatemala1

Beneficiaries in 2008

Quetzaltenango46,106
Totonicapán17,859
San Marcos39,961
Huehuetenango11,516
Retalhuleu15,294
Suchitepéquez19,251
Sololá4,456
Quiché5,451
Baja Verapaz39
Chimaltenango2,845
Escuintla2,340

Beneficiaries in 2007

Quetzaltenango37,377
Totonicapán15,349
San Marcos24,886
Huehuetenango15,136
Retalhuleu8,010
Suchitepéquez12,366
Sololá2,011
Quiché5,037
Chimaltenango2,344
Escuintla2,431

Beneficiaries in 2006

Quetzaltenango52,218
Totonicapán26,838
San Marcos20,508
Huehuetenango13,789
Retalhuleu6,922
Suchitepéquez11,478
Sololá2,149
Quiché2,741
Chimaltenango1,728
Escuintla2,002

Beneficiaries in 2005

Quetzaltenango50,648
Totonicapán28,895
San Marcos16,235
Huehuetenango3,381
Retalhuleu9,146
Suchitepéquez8,957
Sololá6,077
Quiché1,724
Alta Verapaz8
Baja Verapaz4
Chimaltenango1,607
Santa Rosa3
Chiquimula6
Escuintla1,669
El Petén7
Izabal2
Sacatepéquez2
Guatemala5
El Progreso2

Beneficiaries in 2004

Quetzaltenango47,592
Totonicapán22,588
San Marcos14,641
Huehuetenango1,755
Retalhuleu7,765
Suchitepéquez8,175
Sololá1,707
Quiché1,716
Alta Verapaz31
Baja Verapaz73
Chimaltenango522
Santa Rosa29
Chiquimula31
Escuintla1,072
El Petén25
Izabal2

Beneficiaries in 2003

Quetzaltenango14,110
Totonicapán3,432
San Marcos12,924
Huehuetenango2,925
Retalhuleu5,208
Suchitepéquez5,699
Sololá1,458
Quiché1,910
Escuintla626

Beneficiaries in 2002

Quetzaltenango25,405
Totonicapán3,543
San Marcos9,346
Huehuetenango3,084
Retalhuleu6,247
Suchitepéquez8,502
Sololá1,760
Quiché1,722

Beneficiaries in 2001

Quetzaltenango22,648
Totonicapán2,501
San Marcos7,078
Huehuetenango1,196
Retalhuleu3,205
Suchitepéquez4,258
Sololá1,333
Quiché1,549

Beneficiaries in 2000

Quetzaltenango19,605
Totonicapán2,445
San Marcos8,311
Huehuetenango1,598
Retalhuleu2,461
Suchitepéquez1,719
Sololá924
Quiché1,589

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