In Guatemala City, Chris Hale, [email protected], 43582274. GUATEMALA CITY - Guatemalan women face deep inequities in exercising their fundamental right of access to information, according to a new study from The Carter Centers Global Access to Information Initiative.. The Center, which conducted the study in collaboration with Accion Ciudadana, the Human Rights Ombudsmans Office, the Indigenous Womens Ombudsmans Office, the Presidential Secretariat for Women, and U.N. Women, will release key findings Thursday, Feb. 19, at 2:30 p.m. at Casa Ariana. Panelists will include Human Rights Ombudsman Jorge de Leon Duque, Presidential Secretary for Women Lourdes Xitumul Piox, Ombudswoman for Indigenous Women Gloria Lainez, and the representative in Guatemala for U.N. Women, Maria Machicado. The media is welcome to attend this event.. Women and the Right of Access to Information in Guatemala details the inequities that Guatemalan women face in attempting to access information and the importance of ...
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Assoc. Prof. Joyce White of Physical Therapy joined a group of 30 surgeons, occupational and physical therapists and other health volunteers on a medical trip to Guatemala City this past summer.. During the visit, organized by the Guatemala Healing Hands Foundation, the group performed surgery on 44 children and young adults, saw more than 100 therapy patients and fabricated numerous splints. The illnesses ranged from congenital deformities to burns, fractures, soft tissue trauma and peripheral nerve injuries.. In addition more than 400 doctors, therapists and students from Latin American countries attended a two-day conference sponsored by the foundation and three Guatemalan health associations.. At the conference, Prof. White presented a lecture on the physical examination of the wrist.. ...
Guatemala does NOT require any vaccinations for entry.. (The only exception is for travelers arriving in Guatemala from an African country who must present a Yellow Fever vaccination certificate upon arrival in Guatemala.). You should consult a travel medicine provider at least two months before your arrival in Guatemala in order to allow sufficient time for the immunization schedules to be completed.. For vaccination guidelines and health advice for Guatemala, we follow the official recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control.. Make sure you are up-to-date with routine vaccinations such as measles/mumps/rubella (MMR) vaccine, diphtheria/pertussis/tetanus (DPT) vaccine, polio virus vaccine, etc.. Zika is a risk in Guatemala. Because Zika infection in a pregnant woman can cause serious birth defects, women who are pregnant should not travel to Guatemala. All travelers should strictly follow steps to prevent mosquito bites and sexual exposure to Zika virus during and after the trip. For ...
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1]A fungus is devastating coffee growers in Guatemala.. The Central American nations president declared a state of emergency over the Coffee Rust infection, reports the Associated Press[2]. President Otto Molina Perez says that more than 70% of Guatemalas coffee is harmed by the fungus.. Guatemala is the third Central American country to enact emergency measures to deal with the blight. It also has been seen in El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panama, Mexico and Honduras. The fungus damages the coffee plant, first with the leaves, then the plant itself is affected. It then ceases producing coffee beans and dies.. More than 100,000 workers in Guatemala already have lost their jobs. With more than 1.2 million jobs in the coffee industry, Guatemala is freeing up $14 million to help coffee growers to purchase pesticides and to provide education to planters about how to avoid and treat the fungus when it appears on their crops.. Officials from El Salvador, Panama, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica are ...
An 8-year-old Guatemalan boy who died while in custody of the U.S. border patrol on Christmas Eve died of the flu and a bacterial infection.
Guatemala is the largest Central American market for U.S. agricultural exports and, since implementation of CAFTA-DR, has been the fastest-growing. The United States is the top supplier of agricultural products to Guatemala, with exports growing 135 percent since 2005. U.S. bilateral agricultural trade with Guatemala was valued at approximately $3 billion in 2015, with the United States importing $1.9 billion and exporting $1.1 billion. Top U.S. exports include corn, soybean meal, wheat, poultry meat and cotton. Top imports from Guatemala include bananas, coffee, fresh and processed fruit, fresh vegetables and cane sugar. Guatemala has a population of 16.5 million, as well as the largest middle class in Central America. Through 2025, the population is estimated to grow 1.8 percent annually. The country continues to experience a vast rural to urban migration, with the urban population increasing from 5.6 million in 2005 to 8.4 million in 2015. In 2015, the countrys urban population exceeded the ...
Quetzaltenango, also known by its Maya name, Xelajú [ʃelaˈχu] or Xela [ˈʃela], is the second largest city of Guatemala. It is both the capital of Quetzaltenango Department and the municipal seat of Quetzaltenango municipality. It has an estimated population of 224,703. The population is about 61% indigenous or Amerindian, 34% Mestizo or ladino and 5% white Latin American. Quetzaltenango is located in a mountain valley at an elevation of 2,330 meters (7,640 feet) above sea level at its lowest part. It may reach above 2,400 meters within the city. The Municipality of Quetzaltenango consists of an area of 127 square kilometres (49 sq mi). Municipalities abutting the municipality of Quetzaltenango include Salcajá, Cantel, Almolonga, Zunil, El Palmar, Concepción Chiquirichapa, San Mateo, La Esperanza, Olintepeque, and San Andrés Xecul. All these municipalities are part of the Department of Quetzaltenango, except San Andrés Xecul which is a part of the Department of Totonicapán. In ...
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After a couple of days filled with sorting out logistics, and driving away from Guatemala City, we have sampled at our first localities (Las Verapaces - Baja Verapaz and Alta Verapaz Departments). Our localities so far have centered around the Rio Escondido and Rio Cahabon, both north of Guatemala City. We found livebearing fishes of the family Poeciliidae (e.g.
APHIS recognizes the prevalence of CSF in Guatemala and responded immediately to their request for assistance to help control their latest outbreak," said Dr. John R. Clifford, USDAs Chief Veterinary Officer. "We sent a team of subject matter experts to assess the situation and concluded that the use of much-needed vaccine would help in containing the spread of the disease.". On March 19, APHIS donated the vaccines based on a request for assistance from the Guatemalan Chief Veterinary Officer, Dr. Humberto Maldonado, to help Guatemala control the spread of CSF there.. This assistance will help control and limit spread of CSF in Guatemala and neighboring countries. Among these countries are Mexico, currently working to control and eradicate the disease, and the United States, which has been free of CSF for over 30 years. Thus, this assistance extends beyond Guatemala and contributes to safeguarding animal health throughout Central and North America.. "With trade opportunities increasing each ...
The guilty verdict against Efraín Ríos Montt, former leader of Guatemala, for genocide and crimes against humanity is an unprecedented step toward establishing accountability for atrocities during the countrys brutal civil war.. "The conviction of Rios Montt sends a powerful message to Guatemala and the world that nobody, not even a former head of state, is above the law when it comes to committing genocide," said José Miguel Vivanco, Americas director at Human Rights Watch. "Without the persistence and bravery of each participant in this effort - the victims, prosecutors, judges, and civil society organizations - this landmark decision would have been inconceivable.". Rios Montt was sentenced to 50 years in prison for the crime of genocide and 30 years for crimes against humanity in a sentence that was handed down on May 10, 2013 by Judge Yassmin Barrios in Guatemala City. In her decision, Barrios said Rios Montt was fully aware of plans to exterminate the indigenous Ixil population carried ...
Vancouver, Canada: Radius Gold Inc. (TSX-V: RDU) is pleased to announce that it has been granted one highly prospective geothermal license in Guatemala and has applications for 6 other potential geothermal fields pending. The total area granted or under application is 200,700 hectares. When Radius first entered Guatemala in 2001, its successful gold exploration programs were guided in part using the presence of hot springs as an indicator of potential gold-related hydrothermal activity. On at least one occasion Radiuss drill programs were halted because of large quantities of hot water and steam escaping from active drill holes, indicative of very high geothermal gradients. With the increasing global emphasis on clean, renewable power sources, Radius has revisited its hot spring database for Guatemala and staked a number of active geothermal systems that may have potential as geothermal resources for power generation. Power generation in Guatemala is currently comprised of hydroelectric power
Vancouver, Canada: Radius Gold Inc. (TSX-V: RDU) is pleased to announce that it has been granted one highly prospective geothermal license in Guatemala and has applications for 6 other potential geothermal fields pending. The total area granted or under application is 200,700 hectares. When Radius first entered Guatemala in 2001, its successful gold exploration programs were guided in part using the presence of hot springs as an indicator of potential gold-related hydrothermal activity. On at least one occasion Radiuss drill programs were halted because of large quantities of hot water and steam escaping from active drill holes, indicative of very high geothermal gradients. With the increasing global emphasis on clean, renewable power sources, Radius has revisited its hot spring database for Guatemala and staked a number of active geothermal systems that may have potential as geothermal resources for power generation. Power generation in Guatemala is currently comprised of hydroelectric power
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August 14, 2017. Major General Juan Manuel Pérez Ramírez, chief of the Joint Staff of Guatemala, has enjoyed a long military career. With more than 30 years of military training and service, especially supporting peacekeeping operations, and combating terrorism and organized crime, Maj. Gen. Pérez Ramírez today finds himself focused on modernizing the Guatemalan Army in order to counter threats to national security.. Maj. Gen. Pérez Ramírez spoke with Diálogo during the closing ceremony of the Central American Regional Seminar on Countering Transregional-Transnational Threat Networks, held June 20th to 22nd in Antigua, Guatemala. Cooperation by Northern Triangle nations, interagency work, and gender and human rights issues were some of the subjects highlighted by this Guatemalan military chief.. Diálogo: What does it mean to you and to Guatemala to have the country host this seminar, which analyzes transnational organized crime?. Major General Juan Manuel Pérez Ramírez, chief of the ...
GUATEMALA CITY Guatemala s president has declared a national emergency over the spread coffee rust, a fungus that is affecting 70 percent of the country s crop.
GUATEMALA CITY - Guatemala swore in Alejandro Giammattei, a conservative physician opposed to gay marriage and abortion, as its new president Tuesday while the countrys outgoing leader exited amid swirling corruption accusations.
In the course of an anopheline survey in connection with a program of testing antimalarial drugs in Guatemala, a new distributional record was obtained for Anopheles crucians crucians Wiedemann, 1828. Identification of the species, based on numerous larvae and reared adults, was confirmed by Dr. Alan Stone, Division of Insect Identification, United States National Museum. Kumm (1) has given the localities in Central America where this species has been collected, all of which are on the Atlantic slope in British Honduras, Honduras and Nicaragua. The finding of A. crucians as reported here extends its Central American distribution to the Pacific slope as well as records it for the first time from Guatemala. Anopheles crucians was found breeding prolifically as the dominant species in association with A. albimanus, A. argyritarsis and A. hectoris in a fairly large semi-permanent marsh in the narrow valley of the Michatoya River, four miles south of Amatitlan, Department of Guatemala, at an elevation of
The agricultural sector accounts for about one-fourth of GDP, two-thirds of exports, and half of the labor force. Coffee, sugar, and bananas are the main products. Former President ARZU (1996-2000) worked to implement a program of economic liberalization and political modernization. The 1996 signing of the peace accords, which ended 36 years of civil war, removed a major obstacle to foreign investment. In 1998, Hurricane Mitch caused relatively little damage to Guatemala compared to its neighbors. Ongoing challenges include increasing government revenues, negotiating further assistance from international donors, and increasing the efficiency and openness of both government and private financial operations. Despite low international prices for Guatemalas main commodities, the economy grew by 3% in 2000 and 2.3% in 2001. Guatemala, along with Honduras and El Salvador, recently concluded a free trade agreement with Mexico and has moved to protect international property rights. However, the ...
C O N F I D E N T I A L GUATEMALA 000917 SIPDIS E.O. 12958: DECL: 2019/09/28 TAGS: PGOV PINR PREL KDEM SOCI GT SUBJECT: First Lady Prepares Controversial Bid for Presidency REF: A. GUATEMALA 254; B. GUATEMALA 009; C. 2008 GUATEMALA 1573 D. 2008 GUATEMALA 1017 CLASSIFIED BY: Drew G. Blakeney, Political and Economic Counselor, State, P/E; REASON: 1.4B, D Summary ------------ ¶1. (C) Although she has not publicly stated her intentions, it is clear that First Lady Sandra Torres de Colom intends to run for the Guatemalan Presidency in 2011. Torres, who is to the left of her husband, President Alvaro Colom, is a controversial figure. She is the most able manager in the government, and also the most abrasive. Many poor, rural Guatemalans, ignored by previous governments, are grateful for her Conditional Cash Transfer and other social programs. Many middle- and upper-class urban voters tend to see Torres as a radical populist. Her sex and middle class provincial origins reinforce the upper class ...
This file of respondents in Guatemala is part of a multi-country survey. The survey was commissioned by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life to investigate the religious, political, and civic views of renewalists (i.e., pentecostals and charismatics) around the world. An aggregate file of all ten nations of this multi-country survey is available at the ARDA. The project includes surveys in ten countries with sizeable renewalist populations: the United States; Brazil, Chile and Guatemala in Latin America; Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa in Africa; and India, the Philippines and South Korea in Asia. In each country, surveys were conducted among a random sample of the general public, with an oversample of renewalists, to yield sufficient sample sizes for analysis. Surveys in Guatemala were conducted by the research firm MERCAPLAN, under the direction of Princeton Survey Research Associates International. The codebook reflects the results of the general public sample.
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UPDATE, Tuesday, Sept. 1, 7:30 p.m.:. A Guatemalan judge Tuesday barred President Otto Pérez Molina from leaving the country, hours after he was stripped of his immunity due to his alleged role in a customs fraud, the prosecutors office said.. "The prosecutors office sought a ban on leaving the country for President Otto Pérez, and Judge Miguel Ángel Gálvez ordered it," prosecutors said on Twitter.. Under Guatemalan law, he will be automatically removed from office if remanded in custody by a judge.. Original post continues here: GUATEMALA CITY - Guatemalas Congress voted Tuesday to strip embattled President Otto Pérez Molinas immunity, clearing the way for him to be prosecuted over allegations he masterminded a multi-million-dollar corruption scheme.. The resolution was passed unanimously by the 132 lawmakers present, making the conservative leader the first president to have his immunity revoked in the Central American countrys ...
On Thursday February 23th at 11 am there will be a press conference in the restaurant at Puerto Marina Pez Vela. For more press information please call: (502) 4845 6767. Abortion is only allowed to save a womans life under the Guatemalan Criminal Code. As a result an estimated 65.000 illegal and unsafe abortions take place in Guatemala each year. Yearly, approximately 21.600 women are hospitalized with complications and unsafe abortions are the third cause of maternal death in the country (Guttmacher insitute). Especially at the dawn of the Zika crisis, access to safe abortion is fundamentally an issue of social justice. Women on Waves can provide the abortion pill up to 10 weeks of pregnancy after sailing to international waters 12 miles outside the Guatemalan territorial waters. The ship will be in Guatemala for 5 days. Counseling, treatment and aftercare will be done according to high European medical standards. The medicines used for a medical abortion are a combination of two pills that ...
The face of Guatemalan hunger is young, female, indigenous and rural.. Guatemala has the highest chronic undernutrition rate in Latin America and the Caribbean, and fourth in the world. The situation worsens in rural areas where chronic undernutrition reaches 55 percent and 69 percent among indigenous populations. In the highlands of the country, seven out of ten children under 5 are chronically undernourished.. The country ranks 122 out of 182 countries in the 2009 Human Development Index (HDR, 2009). Inequity threatens development, and national health services cover approximately 60 percent of the country; most of the rural areas lack water and sanitation systems and have limited access to an adequate diet due to income restrictions. In rural areas, the minimum wage covers around 75 percent of the basic food basket. Poverty affects 51 percent of the population; extreme poverty affects 15 percent.. Guatemala is prone to natural disasters: droughts, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes and frosts are ...
The face of Guatemalan hunger is young, female, indigenous and rural.. Guatemala has the highest chronic undernutrition rate in Latin America and the Caribbean, and fourth in the world. The situation worsens in rural areas where chronic undernutrition reaches 55 percent and 69 percent among indigenous populations. In the highlands of the country, seven out of ten children under 5 are chronically undernourished.. The country ranks 122 out of 182 countries in the 2009 Human Development Index (HDR, 2009). Inequity threatens development, and national health services cover approximately 60 percent of the country; most of the rural areas lack water and sanitation systems and have limited access to an adequate diet due to income restrictions. In rural areas, the minimum wage covers around 75 percent of the basic food basket. Poverty affects 51 percent of the population; extreme poverty affects 15 percent.. Guatemala is prone to natural disasters: droughts, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes and frosts are ...
The Christmas tree that adorns the house is the pine tree or pinabete. By law in Guatemala nobody can cut down trees. Because of this, the indigenous people of the country make trees that resemble the originals from simple tree branches. The trees are sold on the streets and in squares, not forgetting that the indigenous people of Guatemala also make beautifully coloured Christmas handicrafts.. Fireworks at midnight. On 16 December the Pasadas start. These are groups of people called pilgrims who walk through the streets carrying images of Mary and Joseph. While walking, they ask homeowners to give them a place to spend the night. After being denied a few times, they finally stop at one house that opens its door and graciously lets them in. This starts a festivity where cakes, fruits, and delicious Guatemalan punch are served. ...
This coffee comes from the highlands of Huehuetenango. We chose this coffee because we feel this coffee has a unique balance of flavor. This is a coffee anyone can enjoy. Origin: Guatemala City: Agua Dulce, Huehuetenango Meters above sea level: 1800m 10% of purchases of this product will benefit the Colon Cancer C
Guatemalan presidents immunity lifted in corruption scandal - AP News: GUATEMALA CITY (AP) - Guatemalas Congress lifted President Otto Perez .12/14/2017 20:18:19PM EST.
Imported malaria threatens control and elimination efforts in countries that have low rates of transmission. In 2010, an outbreak of Plasmodium falciparum malaria was reported among United Nations peacekeeping soldiers from Guatemala who had recently returned from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Epidemiologic evidence suggested that the soldiers were infected in the DRC, but local transmission could not be ruled out in all cases. We used population genetic analyses of neutral microsatellites to determine the outbreak source. Genetic relatedness was compared among parasites found in samples from the soldiers and parasite populations collected in the DRC and Guatemala; parasites identified in the soldiers were more closely related to those from the DRC. A phylogenetic clustering analysis confirms this identification with >99.9% confidence. Thus, results support the hypothesis that the soldiers likely imported malaria from the DRC. This study demonstrates the utility of molecular
Like the original Harvest of Violence, published in 1988, this volume reveals how the contemporary Mayas contend with crime, political violence, internal community power struggles, and the broader impact of transnational economic and political policies in Guatemala. However, this work, informed by long-term ethnographic fieldwork in Mayan communities and commitment to conducting research in Mayan languages, places current anthropological analyses in relation to Mayan political activism and key Mayan intellectuals research and criticism. Illustrating specifically how Mayas in this post-war period conceive of their social and political place in Guatemala, Mayas working in factories, fields, and markets, and participating in local, community-level politics provide critiques of the government, the Maya movement, and the general state of insecurity and social and political violence that they continue to face on a daily basis. Their critical assessments and efforts to improve political, social, and ...
This report is on a case study from Guatemala on malnutrition and food aid programs. The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of food aid and/or food aid programs on the nutritional status of its recipients in two regions of Guatemala. From this investigation, empirically-based programmatic statements as to the role of food aid and its impact on human society will be presented.
This report is on a case study from Guatemala on malnutrition and food aid programs. The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of food aid and/or food aid programs on the nutritional status of its recipients in two regions of Guatemala. From this investigation, empirically-based programmatic statements as to the role of food aid and its impact on human society will be presented.
Once a lush corn field in the Central Highlands of Guatemala, Cristina Garcia watched her crop turn into brittle ears of corn, leaving her little left to harvest. Its the second year in a row that the rains have been scarce, this years drought is much worse than the last. Climate change and El Niño have combined to devastate the countrys already arid Dry Corridor, leaving farming families like Cristina, her husband Porfirio, and their seven children struggling to survive. On average, families in Guatemalas Dry Corridor lost 70 percent of their crops this year, up from 30 percent last year as conditions compound and worsen.There are ways farmers like Cristina can adapt but she cant do it without some help. Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has a long history of helping farmers grow better crops and find markets for what they produce.. Standing in the field with Cristina is CRS Humberto Monroy. They are picking apart an ear of corn to assess the impact of low rainfall on her crop. CRS has ...
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As organisations belonging to civil society in Guatemala engaged in the defence of human rights, justice and security, we wish to emphasise the need to resist impunity and reinforce justice, especially in countries where the people are constantly harassed by violations of human rights that are never clarified or brought to trial; and where they are tyrannised by the cruelty spawned by organised crime, drug-trafficking and general delinquency. Guatemala is one of these countries. We acknowledge the efforts of some authorities to keep alive the processes of change started after the signing of the peace in 1996, especially in the area of justice. Nevertheless, against the background of political instability and general ungovernability that marks our country, these efforts are not enough. Added to this is a reluctance to embark upon democratic change, and the absence of political will.. A concrete case concerns the independence of the judiciary and the lack of legal certainty and confidence in the ...
According to information pulled from USAID.Gov today, Guatemala has a wealth of natural & cultural resources yet it is the third most unequal country in the world in terms of income distribution, and thus is a land of contrasts -- an estimated 58% of its people live in poverty. Most of the poor are rural indigenous people, often women of Mayan descent who have suffered a long history of repression and exclusion from fully participating in society and who were most seriously affected by the 36-year armed civil conflict. As a result of historical inequalities and the lowest health and education spending in the region, Guatemala struggles with some of the lowest social indicators in the hemisphere (http://www.usaid.gov/gt/history.htm ...
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click for larger viewThe Voices of Hope/Las voces de La Esperanza: Poems, Stories, and Drawings by the Children of La Esperanza, Guatemala/poemas,...
Population living in slums (% of urban population) in Guatemala was reported at 34.5 % in 2014, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources. Guatemala - Population living in slums (% of urban population) - actual values, historical data, forecasts and projections were sourced from the |a href=https://data.worldbank.org/ target=blank>World Bank|/a> on February of 2020.
The Guatemala Human Rights Commission/USA (GHRC) is a non-profit, grassroots, solidarity organization dedicated to promoting human rights in Guatemala and supporting communities and activists who face threats and violence. GHRC documents and denounces abuses, educates the international community, and advocates for policies that foster peace and justice.. ...
Peace Corps Online | January 1, 2004: Headlines: COS - Guatemala: Reforestation: American Forests: At the hub of the restoration process for the Rio Grande is Chris Best who came to the refuge in 1990 after serving in Guatemala for four years as a Peace Corps volunteer
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Author: William DeRegibus. Title: Chiropractic Adventures in Guatemala. Summary: Recently, I returned to Guatemala to satisfy the field requirements of a six-months Community Health Development course. I took this course through...
This report presents the evaluation teams analysis of whether the Foundation for Conservation in Guatemala (FCG) and the Oversight Commitees institutional framework, financial management practices, and grant making activities for managing the Forest Conservation Agreement (FCA) are effectively advancing tropical forest conservation in Guatemala. This independent evaluation occurred during the fourth year of the Forest Conservation Agreement which will continue to receive GoG deposits until 2021 and has a permanent endowment established.
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