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This factsheet describes Save the Children in Guatemala’s four ambitious goals for 2022-2024 that aims for children and adolescents to have improved living conditions, having access to quality education, having an active participation in the...

Since 2020 the living conditions for the inhabitants of different departments in Guatemala have changed drastically. With the passage of the Eta-Iota storms, more than 2 million 400 thousand people nationwide, including children, were affected. In...

Aprendiendo Unidos Arequipa, or Learning United Arequipa project, was implemented by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in the city of Arequipa in...

Aulas Digitales, or the Digital Classrooms project, was implemented by Save the Children in three departments along the Colombian border with the aim of developing socioemotional and problem solving skills for migrant and crisis-affected children...

Under the leadership of the Peruvian Ministry of Education (MINEDU) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the Working Group for Refugees and Migrants (GTRM) education subgroup developed and implemented the communications campaign for...

Trayectorias Educativas Completas, or Complete Educational Trajectories project, was implemented by United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and Development and Infancy Corporation (CID by its Spanish acronym, Corporación Infancia y Desarrollo) in...

Research led by the Civil-Military and Access Initiative at Save the Children Sweden in collaboration with the Norwegian Refugee Council examines the deprivation of basic resources, goods and services and the protection issues experienced by...

This report brings together the key findings from four individual reports that systematized experiences from education projects undertaken within the framework of the Education Cannot Wait (ECW) / Multi-Year Resilience Program (MYRP) programs in...

Factsheet Guatemala

2022 - Guatemala

Guatemala is a country of origin, transit, and reintegration of migrants. Home to 16.3 million people and marked by a violent past, Guatemalan society is still highly unequal and characterized by racism and discrimination. Moreover, the country is...

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