On World Day Against Child Labor, we’re highlighting three outstanding grassroots organizations that are determined to end the practice.
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Primeros Pasos’ Healthy Schools program brings a mobile clinic and health education to Guatemalan children who would otherwise have no access to such services. Join GFC’s Eva Miller as she visits the program at a local daycare center.
The recent GFC Mesoamerican Knowledge Exchange, held in Panama City, brought together a diverse group of Global Fund for Children grassroots partners from Central and North America.
During my recent trip to Nicaragua, I had the chance to finally meet in person the staff and leaders of our Nicaraguan grantee partners, whom I consider to be a particularly resilient and resourceful bunch.
Imagine that you have just turned 16. In your rural Guatemalan community, this means you are expected to contribute. When the coyote (smuggler) tells you about Guatemalans who have found work in the US, the possibility seems almost too good to be true.
In the Latin America and Caribbean region, we believe the children of Honduras are some of the most in need of immediate attention. GFC’s Eva Miller describes the first 24 hours of her scouting trip in San Pedro Sula, which challenged her assumptions about the city’s violent reputation.
GFC’s Eva Miller visits grantee partner Chantiik Taj Tajinkutik, where she samples sweets from a very special bakery run by indigenous children.