Roberto was one of 23 student interns from La Màquina, Guatemala, where ECLT has worked with DNI Costa Rica to develop and launch a "rural employment training model". A main priority is making sure that students in rural schools graduate with the skills they need to find jobs in their communities. Since 2018, 14 organisations offered internships, including the Ministry of .
· 04:00AM Transport from hotel/address in Antigua to Guatemala City Airport 06:30AM Flight from Guatemala City to Flores 07:30AM Arrive transfer to enter Parque Nacional Tikal, meet your Old Town Guide, who will accompany along the way to Tikal. 09:00AM Start group tour of ruins (Tour: Complex Q Main Plaza, 7 temples, Lost World 3 .
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· The drought is a huge concern for several reasons. First, nearly onethird of Guatemala's labor force is involved in agriculture. The current drought has led to lower crop production. It is estimated that in 2015, Guatemala suffered a 50 to 100 percent loss in its maize (corn) and bean harvest, the equivalent of million.
· Loening investigates the impact of human capital on economic growth in Guatemala during using an errorcorrection methodology. The results show a betteredued labor force having a positive and significant impact on economic growth. Consistent with microeconomic studies for Guatemala, primary and secondary eduion are most .
This Project is expected to have a highly developmental impact in Guatemala. The Bank will use the proceeds from a DPR securitization to issue loans to small, medium and growing businesses throughout Guatemala, with a particular focus on women owned or operated businesses. SMEs make up a large and important part of Guatemala's economy. In 2015, the Guatemala .
Two previous reports (Díaz Bonilla, Laborde and Piñeiro, 2021, and DiazBonilla, Flores, Paz, Piñeiro, and Zandstra, 2021) covered the evolution and impacts of the pandemic on food systems in Guatemala until the time of their writing (which together covered from the start of the pandemic in early 2020 until about October 2021.
School enrollment, tertiary (% gross) Guatemala, Somalia, Nigeria from The World Bank: Data
· Though they dropped early in the pandemic, remittances to Latin America amounted to nearly 135 billion in 2021, a 24 percent increase from the previous year, according to the InterAmerican ...
In fiscal year 1979, the also provided Guatemala with million in economic aid, including million in PL 480 funds. The reaction of policy makers in multilateral lending institutions was at best ambiguous during the Carter administration. As Schoultz points out, the only voted against 2 of 7 multilateral development bank ...
Guatemala's development. To date, most of the empirical evidence for Guatemala (Castaneda and Catalan, 2007, Moran and Perez, 2013, Castillo and Rojas, 2014 and 2015) has highlighted the role of remittances as a major source of foreign exchange earnings and examined the conduct of monetary and FX policies in the face of strong remittances ...
The Government of Guatemala is prioritizing the SDGs it will focus on and defining lines of action to achieve them. In this policy impact piece, we focus on SDG two which is that of ending hunger, achieving food security and improving nutrition, and promoting sustainable agriculture, and; SDG six, for ensuring access to water and sanitation for all. Specifically, we examine SDG .
· Three fiscal packages were introduced in 2020 to mitigate the impact of the Covid19 pandemic in Guatemala. The poverty rate increased slightly from % in 2019 to 47% in 2020. It is estimated that without these measures, poverty levels would have increased by three or four times as much. Poverty in the country is projected to decrease to % in 2021.
· Alta Verapaz is the second poorest of Guatemala's 22 departments, and a comparison of the 16 municipalities within the department reveals that Alta Verapaz has some of the highest rates of socioeconomic inequality in Guatemala. 2 Nearly 85% of its population lives in poverty, compared to 56% of the total population of Guatemala. 2 An estimated 41% of the .
be negligible in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. Wide differentials in salaries linked to socioeconomic background can signal differences in the quality of tertiary eduion or prior eduional experiences. The analysis distinguishes between longterm and shortterm constraints and the key transitions in the eduion cycle that impede access to tertiary .