Huehuetenango

Las Joyas

Completed on February 19, 2015

Las Joyas derives it’s name from the very rocky terrain that can be found there, and the first settlers thought that the rocks glistened and looked like jewels when the sun shone down. The current school only had one classroom which was a make shift building with half cinder-blocks and half wooden slabs. During the…

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Guacachipol

Completed on February 8, 2013

The community of Guacachipol is a very rural village where families face the struggle of daily life. Being one of the furthest located communities from the municipal center, there is still no electricity and no running water. Guacachipol is blessed to have a close-knit and dedicated sense of community that has been fighting to promote…

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