Literacy rates among Mayan girls are the lowest in Latin America. Education offers a lifetime of benefits.
Support the comprehensive needs of indigenous and marginalized Mayan girls from the Western Highlands of Guatemala.
Stoves help boost the health of Mayan women, while keeping them safe and allow Mayan girls more time to be spent in school.
Latrines for 75 families will enable women and girls to advance to a new level of health, well-being, and equality in their homes and community.
Support mobile technology to monitor and evaluate programs for women in Guatemala to start businesses, form savings groups, and plan for the future as a pathway out of poverty.
Training girls from rural areas in Guatemala and Honduras in job and leadership skills in media, technology and design to give them a path out of poverty.
Indigenous Women’s Watch works to ensure that indigenous women actively participate in leading their communities to recognize and reduce violence.