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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.[:]

Centro de Desarrollo Humano de Banasa capacita a comadronas

Doctors from the Human Development Center of Banasa train midwives.

Aldea Los Encuentros. A total of nine midwives Agroamérica neighboring communities were trained by physicians Anschutz Medical Campus, University of Colorado, USA. Six of themRead more

BANASA DONA LA TOTALIDAD DE BANANOS PARA ATLETAS QUE PARTICIPAN EN LA “CARRERA DEL AZÚCAR”

BANASA donates all bananas for athletes participating in the “Race of sugar”.

Guatemala, November 2009. On Sunday October 18 was held the “Race sugar”, where the National Banana company supported the delivery of all bananas to supplyRead more

Banasa ayudará dona combustible durante 12 meses, a los bomberos municipales de Coatepeque

Banasa will be donating fuel for 12 months, to the municipal firefighters of Coatepeque.

The National Banana (BANASA) help by donating fuel for 12 months, municipal firefighters Coatepeque Guatemala, November 2009. The banana company signed a letter of understandingRead more

MIEMBROS DE LA ASOCIACIÓN DE PRODUCTORES INDEPENDIENTES DE BANANO -APIB- SON INVITADOS POR BANASA A CONOCER LOS PROYECTOS DE RSE EN LAS COMUNIDADES ALEDAÑAS A LAS FINCAS

Members of the Association of Independent Banana Producers-APIB-where invited by Banasa to known the CSR projects in the communities surrounding farms.

Guatemala, November 2009. The October 30, 16 members of the Association of Independent Banana Producers -APIB- were invited by National Banana, SA, on a tourRead more

BANASA Y BAG COMPROMETIDAS EN ALIVIAR LA CRISIS ALIMENTARIA EN GUATEMALA

BANASA and BAG are engaged to reduce the food crisis in Guatemala.

Guatemala, September 2009. Beginning September 23 and the following for six weeks, the banana producer and exporter, Bananera Nacional S.A. (BANASA) will present a weeklyRead more

BANASA PATROCINA CAPACITACIONES A PERSONAL ADMINISTRATIVO DE FINCAS INVOLUCRADO CON EL DESARROLLO DEL PROGRAMA MEJORES FAMILIAS-CEFI

BANASA sponsors the training for administrators of estates involved with the development program Best Family CEFI.

“Guatemala, August 2009. From August 9 to the 14, was held the first training workshop for field technicians and general coordination of the Best Family-Read more

BANASA INAUGURA EL PROYECTO COLRED EN ÁREA DEL TRIFINIO SUROESTE DE GUATEMALA

Banasa opens the COLRED project at the Trifinio, southwest area of Guatemala.

Guatemala, august 2009. On August 21, with support from Bananera Nacional S.A. (BANASA), the Local Project Coordinator for Disaster Reduction (COLRED) opened in the areaRead more

FINCAS DE BANANERA NACIONAL, S.A. RECIBEN CERTIFICADO GLOBAL GAP

Bananera Nacional Farms, received the GLOBAL GAP certificate.

Guatemala (July 2009) – As part of its ongoing commitment and responsibility to develop good practices, banana plantations from Bananera Nacional, S.A. (BANASA), received theRead more

INICIA EL DIPLOMADO EN ORIENTACIÓN FAMILIAR, PATROCINADO POR BANANERA NACIONAL S.A.

Starts degree in Family Counseling, sponsored by Bananera Nacional, S.A.

Guatemala, July 2009 – Banana plantations from Bananera Nacional S.A. (BANASA) joined together to sponsor a certification program in family guidance given by the organizationRead more

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