WORKING REGION
115,915 beneficiaries assisted in 2021
WORKING REGION
115,915 beneficiaries assisted in 2021
WORKING REGION
115,915 beneficiaries assisted in 2021
WORKING REGION
115,915 beneficiaries assisted in 2021

Guatemala, despite representing the largest economy in Central America, is located within the countries with the highest levels of inequality in Latin America, with high poverty rates – particularly in rural areas and among indigenous populations – and with some of the highest chronic malnutrition rates and mother-child mortality rates in the region. Therefore, FUNDAP focuses its intervention in the lower income sectors of the Republic of Guatemala, especially in the population of the Central Highlands, North and South West of Guatemala.

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People assisted in 2021

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OUR PROGRAMS AND
THEIR IMPACT IN GUATEMALA

El Quiché342
Chimaltenango643
Escuintla248
Totonicapán646
Huehuetenango1,028
Quetzaltenango4,873
San Marcos3,139
Sololá628
Retalhuleu478
Suchitepéquez1,015

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TOTAL
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GLOBAL VISION OF THE PROGRAM

Scolarship for Girls3,798
Educational Quality1,682
ICEFAT1,090
CIEM3,834
Technical Support1,693
Business School943

Quiché1
Chimaltenango3
Totonicapán332
Huehuetenango247
Quetzaltenango7,450
San Marcos4,442
Sololá144
Retalhuleu3,953
Suchitepéquez6,858

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TOTAL
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GLOBAL VISION OF THE PROGRAM

Auxiliary nursing school119
Medical clinics19,604
Health Volunteers1,165
Continuous training for health promoters2,542

Quiché360
Chimaltenango4,769
Totonicapán3,852
Huehuetenango4,664
Quetzaltenango14,201
San Marcos14,355
Sololá283
Retalhuleu6,401
Suchitepéquez14,262

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GLOBAL VISION OF THE PROGRAM

Microenterprise Loans1,120
Agricultural Loans2,191
Infrastructural Loans3,135
Village Banking56,701

Quiché497
Chimaltenango9
Totonicapán81
Quetzaltenango137
San Marcos22
Sololá228
Baja Verapaz7
Guatemala4
Sacatepéquez1

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TOTAL
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GLOBAL VISION OF THE PROGRAM

Entrepreneurial and human tranining242
Social organization209
Comercial reinforcement191
Business management226
Transfer of technology118

El Quiché236
Chimaltenango441
Totonicapán691
Huehuetenango1,187
Quetzaltenango1,434
San Marcos5,381
Sololá320
Retalhuleu312
Suchitepéquez1,533

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TOTAL
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GLOBAL VISION OF THE PROGRAM

Training for agricultural promoters1,806
Social organization602
Agricultural production54
Market linkages7,288
Transfer of technology119
Food Security314
Valuations1,356

Totonicapán304
Huehuetenango185
Quetzaltenango2,331
San Marcos525
Sololá339
Retalhuleu25
Suchitepéquez64

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TOTAL
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GLOBAL VISION OF THE PROGRAM

Forestry management1,083
Environmental education1,943
Environmental infrastructure310
Social organization264

Gladis Gamboa, 16 años

Tejutla, San Marcos

Conoce su historia

Programa
Educación

Nos esforzamos en generar condiciones que favorezcan el acceso, inclusión, equidad y calidad en la educación formal y laboral, siendo un medio para el desarrollo humano.

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Beneficiarios atendidos

mujeres
hombres

Acciones del programa

Escuelas de Negocios

1,693

microempresarios atendidos entre IMPULSA y MBA

39%

beneficiarias de Bancos Comunales atendidas

12

sucursales de Microcrédito atendidas desde IMPULSA

Institutos por Cooperativa

24

institutos reciben apoyo integral

1,682

alumnos atendidos en básico y bachillerato

20

proyectos de mejora implantados con éxito

Fomento de la Calidad Educativa

227

madres formadas como ‘Madres multiplicadoras’

140

centros dotados con insumos de saneamiento

716

maestros formados en Pedagogía y gestión educativa

Formación Técnica

1,693

microempresarios atendidos entre IMPULSA y MBA

39%

beneficiarias de Bancos Comunales atendidas

12

sucursales de Microcrédito atendidas desde IMPULSA

Centros Educativos

1,693

microempresarios atendidos entre IMPULSA y MBA

39%

beneficiarias de Bancos Comunales atendidas

12

sucursales de Microcrédito atendidas desde IMPULSA

Becas para la Niña

1,693

microempresarios atendidos entre IMPULSA y MBA

39%

beneficiarias de Bancos Comunales atendidas

12

sucursales de Microcrédito atendidas desde IMPULSA