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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’S MOJARRAS SCHOOL GRADUATES THIRD CLASS OF STUDENTS

Parents, teachers and students celebrated the 2018 graduation of the third class of “Sexto Primaria” of the Mojarras School.

THE BANASA MOJARRAS SCHOOL IMPLEMENTS THE SCHOOL FOR PARENTS

The School for Parents consists of spaces for information, training and reflection, aimed at parents on aspects related to parental functions.

BANASA STARTS A NEW DIPLOMA OF COMMUNITY ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE

This is the second diploma course that BANASA carries out in the area of southwestern Guatemala to strengthen local capacities in the face of the impacts of climate change.

BANASA HELPS YOUNG GIRLS REACH THEIR FULL POTENTIAL

Helping girls like Esther is an integral part of the methodology of the Mojarras School of BANASA. Esther is a primary school girl who has been intimidated and bullied for her disability …

BANASA FEMALE WORKERS RECEIVE THE ORDER OF LABOR EXCELLENCE

The Order of Labor Excellence was delivered to two BANASA workers, by President Jimmy Morales, on March 7 at the National Palace of Culture.

Educating girls helps eradicate poverty

When Juliana arrived at Mojarras School , she stuttered and had difficulty speaking. In her previous school, children made fun of her. As a result, she did not participate in class which affected her academic progress. Find out what happened to Juliana!

“ONE BANANA A DAY” HAS CHANGED THE LIVES OF MORE THAN 1,000 CHILDREN IN RURAL GUATEMALA

1,278 children from six rural schools benefited from the BANASA food security program “One Banana a Day Changes Your Life.”

BANASA ENGINEERS PARTICIPATE AS SPEAKERS AT THE WATER MANAGEMENT CONGRESS

BANASA shared their water management expertise on responsible and sustainable water practices at the 1st Integrated Water Management Congress held recently in Guatemala.

(Español) BANASA ayuda a reparar puente Cameyá en Cuyotenango, Suchitepéquez

(Español) Después de una semana de trabajo por parte de BANASA y otras empresas, que ayudaron al Ministerio de Comunicaciones a instalar un puente Bailey, quedó habilitado el paso de Cuyotenango a Mazatenango, en el kilómetro 166, tras el colapso del puente Cameyá.

(Español) BANASA conmemora el Día Mundial de las Habilidades de la Juventud – 15 de julio

(Español) El Día Mundial de las Habilidades o Competencias Juveniles, celebra la idea de que todos deben tener la oportunidad de descubrir y desarrollar sus talentos.