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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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115 children finished the BANASA“Growing up Healthy” program

BANASA, in partnership with the University of Colorado, implements the Growing Healthy program to help improve health and nutrition in rural Guatemala.

BANASA helps raise the academic level of South Western region of Guatemala

Mojarras School implements a model focused on the student and his or her social and natural environment.

BANASA begins school snack program for the 2017 school year

BANASA’s Food and Nutrition Security Program “One banana a day”, which complements children’s school snacks, began in March in the municipalities of Ayutla, San Marcos and Caballo Blanco.

BANASA held the closing ceremony of the graduate Diploma on “Adaptation to Climate Change”

Banasa carried out a Diploma Program to strengthen local capacities and adopting measures in the face of climate change.

BANASA opens a new childbirth center to help Guatemalan families in the rural area

BANASA, in partnership with the University of Colorado, opened a new birth center as part of its current Health Clinic located in Los Encuentros, Coatepeque.

4,175 children benefited from the BANASA program “A banana a day changes your life”

(Español) BANASA, llevó a cabo las clausuras del programa “Un Banano al día cambia tu vida”, en el que donó más de 82,400 bananos a 4,175 niños de 7 escuelas.

Students from BANASA’s school were recognized

wo students from Banasa’s School Mojarras won recognition as fourth and fifth grade best readers in the southwestern region of Guatemala, in Funcafe’s Third Reading Contest.

(Español) La Escuela Mojarras de Banasa es modelo para otras escuelas

(Español) Por segunda vez, la escuela privada de Banasa, Mojarras, recibió la visita de docentes de escuelas de El Quetzal, La Reforma y Nuevo Progreso, del departamento de San Marcos, para conocer su metodología académica.

BANASA works in partnership with the World Wildlife Fund-WWF

(Español) Banasa trabaja en alianza con la organización mundial World Wildlife Fund -WWF- para la implementación de prácticas que promuevan el uso sostenible de los recursos.

(Español) La escuela Mojarras de Banasa promueve la cultura guatemalteca y el civismo

(Español) El 15 de septiembre, la escuela Mojarras de BANASA realizó actividades culturales y cívicas para celebrar la independencia de Guatemala.