The Need is Great in Guatemala
Guatemala has the largest population in Central America that has enjoyed a relatively stable economic growth over the last few decades. Despite that economic growth, Guatemala’s economic inequality and poverty have increased, especially among the rural indigenous population. While we are grateful to be a part of the solution to end extreme poverty, but there is still much work that needs to be done. With 49% of Guatemalans still living under the overall poverty line of $5.50 per day or less, our team in Guatemala is always looking for ways to improve our programs to effectively mentor and teach the humble hardworking people here. Watch our video to learn a little more about our dedicated team.
Mentors Guatemala 2018 Impact Numbers
Success Stories From Guatemala
Mentors International has been working to help end poverty in Guatemala since 1995. Through our successful programs of mentoring, business training, and micro-finance we are making a lasting difference in the lives of those we serve. Our entrepreneurs are not only...read more
The Success of Valentin Baldemar Garcia Lopez from Guatemala Don Valentín grew up in the small village of San Nicolas, Chiantla. It is largely a farming community. His father was a farmer, his grandfather was a farmer, and so on. Don Valentin is known through...read more
The Success of Ana Cutzal Sincal from Guatemala “My mother was one of the best cooks in our village. She taught me everything that I know. I am very fast and good at making tortillas just like my mama.” Ana is an enterprising woman, mother of two children, one...read more
Interested in receiving a microloan and business training
to help your small business in Guatemala?
Offices is Polochic, Huehuetenango, and Guatemala City
Contact our local office: 50 Avenida A 0-19, Zona 2 de Mixco, Colonia Molino de las Flores, Guatemala.
Telefono: (502) 2433-6639
Leadership Team in Guatemala
Daniel Alberto Rodríguez Sierra
Executive Director - Mentors Guatemala
Daniel Alberto Rodrigues
Gloria De Castellanos
Program Manager - Mentors Guatemala
Gloria de Castellanos holds a Bachelor Degree in Information Technology Science and Business Administration from a prestigious Guatemalan University. Originally from Guatemala City, Castellanos feels blessed and grateful for being part of an organization with such lofty aims, which blesses the lives of everyone involved, not only clients, but also their families; especially the poor children.