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BANASA joins the celebration of World Science Day for Peace and Development.[:]

World Science Day for Peace and Development is celebrated every 10 November to highlight the significant role of science in society, promoting informed citizens about scientific advances to create more sustainable societies.

Banasa operates aligned to the Sustainable Development Goals; has been actively involved in the planning and execution of programs and projects that promote the reduction of the “Technological Gap” in Rural Schools in
Guatemala.

During the year 2019, Banasa has contributed to the implementation of the “Digital Gap” program in rural schools to provide technological tools that allow students to have access to educational programs.

The program consists of donating tablets with educational programs in schools in the departments of Retalhuleu, San Marcos and Quetzaltenango.

Banasa promotes access to science and seeks to raise the education level of the area!

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Banasa organized the workshop “Dialogue in Action” to help leaders develop community projects.

Guatemala, January 2012. Banasa contracted the civic organization GuateAmala to impart the workshop “Dialogue in Action: A Window to See Guatemala” targeting 28 community leadersRead more

Banasa distributed books in public schools in San Marcos.

Guatemala, February 2012. Banasa is supporting the Ministry of Education with the delivery of mathematics, communications, and language arts textbooks to first, second and thirdRead more

BANASA DONA CARTUCHOS USADOS A FUNSEPA PARA RECICLARLOS Y RECAUDAR FONDOS PARA EQUIPAR ESCUELAS

Banasa donate used cartridges to FUNSEPA for recycling and raise funds to equip schools.

Guatemala, January 2012. Throughout 2011 Banasa collected used ink cartridges from all its farms and administrative offices, and donated them to the “Hasta el últimoRead more

BANASA CONTRIBUYE CON LA SEGURIDAD ALIMENTARIA Y NUTRICIONAL DE GUATEMALA Y CON LOS OBJETIVOS DE DESARROLLO DEL MILENIO

Banasa contributes with Food and Nutritional Security in Guatemala for the Development of the Millennium Goals.

Through its Corporate Social Responsibility Program, Banasa contributes to improving the food and nutritional security of the population in southwestern Guatemala, and the achievement ofRead more

BANASA CONTRIBUYE CON LA EDUCACIÓN DE LOS HIJOS DE SUS COLABORADORES

Banasa contributes with the education of the children of its employees.

The first class of kinder garden students graduates from the Fernando Bolaños private school Guatemala, November 2011. Banasa celebrated the graduation of 19 kinder gardenRead more

BANASA REALIZA ESTUDIO CON MÉDICOS ESTADOS UNIDOS

Banasa makes US physician survey.

Guatemala, November 2011. Bananera Nacional, S.A. -Banasa- organized the visit of 12 doctors from United States to conduct a study about the health, education andRead more

BANASA DONA VÍVERES A 800 FAMILIAS DAMNIFICADAS POR LA TORMENTA TROPICAL EN GUATEMALA

Banasa donates food to 800 families affected by Tropical Storm in Guatemala.

Guatemala, October 2011. Banasa donated food to 800 families affected by the rains which recently struck Guatemala’s southwestern region. The company delivered food items includingRead more

Banasa trained its staff in Civics, under the General Elections of September 11.

Guatemala, September 2011. In order to foster a positive attitude and encourage a sense of civic duty in its employees to vote responsibly and conscientiously,Read more

Banasa medical day conducted in two villages in Coatepeque.

(Español) BANASA organizó una jornada médica gratuita en las comunidades de Los Encuentros y Las Ventanas, en el municipio de Coatepeque, Quetzaltenango.

Private school “Fernando Bolaños” is a model of rural schools.

Guatemala, August 2011. The private, co-educational Fernando Bolaños School was visited by 54 directors, teachers, and students from other rural schools located in the municipalitiesRead more