PROJECT

Desde el Poder Local

Desde el Poder Local combines livelihood development with key interventions in reproductive health to deepen the impact of both. The inclusion of male family members increases the likelihood that changes in gender dynamics and decision-making will be sustainable and support the long-term evolution of social norms.

El Quiché & Alta Verapaz, Guatemala

Trickle Up and the municipality of Ixcán, the municipality of Chahal, the municipality of Nebaj, and the municipality of Senahú, are working in rural Guatemala to empower vulnerable young indigenous women between the ages of 15 and 24 over two years..

Our Progress

Field staff have selected 410 out of the 1,125 participants (102 in Chahal, 166 in Ixcán, 100 in Nebaj, and 42 in Senahú) and provided seed capital grants to 179 participants. 21 savings groups have been created and have accumulated nearly US $5,000 in savings by mid-2020.

Participants Selected

as of August 2020

Seed grants

as of August 2020

Savings groups

as of August 2020

Livelihoods

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participants diversified livelihood activities in different sectors supported by the project

Technology

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participants demonstrated better technological literacy

Income

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participants increased their annual income during the project

Project Team

The Desde el Poder Local project team is located in Trickle Up’s Americas office in Cobán, Guatemala.

Project Partners

Trickle Up is partnered with the authorities of the four municipalities in Northern Guatemala, Chahal, Ixcán, Nebaj, and Senahú.

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