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Banasa ends up 2019 cycle of the “One Banana a Day Change Your Life” project.[:]

During  2019, Banasa benefited 1,824 children through the nutrition program one banana a day changes your life, which consists of incorporating one banana a day as a nutritional supplement to the school meal.

Multiple local and governmental alliances have been established to carry out preventive health activities such as weight and height measurement.

Among its objectives, the program seeks to impact objective 2 of the SDGs (zero hunger), as well as to promote the active participation of social actors: business, community, and government.

The program benefited schools located in the Retalhuleu, Quetzaltenango and San Marcos region.

Schools were recognized for the implementation of the program, as well as the institutions that contributed to preventive health activities throughout the school year.[:]

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

BANASA CONTRIBUYE CON LA SEGURIDAD ALIMENTARIA Y NUTRICIONAL DE SUS TRABAJADORES, FAMILIAS Y COMUNIDADES

Banasa contributes to food and nutrition security of its workers, families and communities.

Guatemala, August 2011. Banasa, concerned with the nutritional status and well-being of its employees, their families, and the residents of the communities surrounding their farmRead more

BANASA JUNTO A LÍDERES COMUNITARIOS DEL TRIFINIO SUROESTE DE GUATEMALA, RECIBE VISITA DEL SECRETARIO EJECUTIVO DE LA CONRED

BANASA with community leaders of Southwest border triangle Guatemala, receive visit of the Executive Secretary of the CONRED.

“Guatemala, July 2011. Alejandro Maldonado, the Executive Secretary of CONRED met in Chiquirines, Ocós, San Marcos with leaders from sixteen communities from Retahuleu, Quetzaltenango andRead more

BANASA RECOMPENSA A SUS TRABAJADORES CON EL “PREMIO A LA PRODUCTIVIDAD FERNANDO BOLAÑOS”

BANASA reward their workers with the “Award for Productivity Fernando Bolaños”.

Guatemala, June 2011. Each year, BANASA awards farms and workers that achieve higher productivity yields. To do that, it evaluates the fulfillment of production targets,Read more

BANASA APOYA LA REPARACIÓN DE LA BOCABARRA DEL RÍO PACAYÁ PARA EVITAR INUNDACIONES EN LAS COMUNIDADES

BANASA supports repair of Pacayá river bocabarra to prevent future flooding in communities.

“Guatemala, June, 2011. Last month, machinery and workers were sent to begin dredging the mouth of the Pacaya¡ River, located in San Rafael Pacaya¡, Quetzaltenango.Read more

BANASA INAUGURA ESCUELA PARA HIJOS DE SUS COLABORADORES

BANASA inaugurates school for children of its employees.

Guatemala, May 2011. BANASA inaugurated its latest school, The Fernando Bolaños Coeducational Private Rural School in the village of Chiquirines, Caballo Blanco, in the DepartmentRead more

LÍDERES COMUNITARIOS DEL ÁREA DEL TRIFINIO SUROESTE DE GUATEMALA SON INVITADOS POR AGROAMÉRICA AL FORO NACIONAL 2010

Community Leaders of the trifinio, Southwest area of guatemala are invited by Agroamerica to the National Forum 2010.

Guatemala, September 2010. On September 7, National Banana, SA invited a group of 25 community leaders from various communities Trifinio southwest of Guatemala (Quetzaltenango, RetalhuleuRead more

BANANERA NACIONAL ES RECONOCIDA A NIVEL MUNDIAL POR LA SEGURIDAD QUE PROVEE A SUS CLIENTES EN EL EXTRANJERO CON PRODUCTOS CONFIABLES, CON LA CERTIFICACIÓN BASC

Bananera Nacional is recognized worldwide for the security it provides to their clients abroad with reliable products, with BASC certification.

Guatemalan April 14, Thirteen companies received certification of Business Alliance for Secure Commerce? BASC ?, where were recognized by the authorities in Guatemala World BASCRead more

BANASA DA CAPACITACIÓN A SUS COLABORADORES EN TEMAS DE LA PERSONA HUMANA, IMPARTIDAS POR UN ESPECIALISTA

Banasa trains its staff in human subjects.

Guatemala, February 2010. The week of 23 to 27 November, the company organized a visit from Frank Alonso Prado, from Costa Rica, a specialist inRead more