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Communities of the Earth, NGO

  1. 1. Communities of theEarth NGO
  2. 2. How different is Guatemalas reality from this? 2009 Weak RuralGDP 28.1% Urban Areas Economies 2.1% POVERTY 72.2% Rural Areas 2008 Lack of No Change Education Low Income Homes Adolescent Mothers Illiteracy 52% No school Birth ChronicMalnutrition 50% No food Rate
  3. 3. How different is Guatemalas reality from this? 2009 Weak RuralGDP 28.1% Urban Areas Economies 2.1% POVERTY 72.2% Rural Areas 2008 Lack of No Change Education Low Income Homes Adolescent Mothers Illiteracy 52% No school Birth ChronicMalnutrition 50% No food Rate
  4. 4. Is it a matter of potential? Low Income
  5. 5. Is it a matter of potential? • Eager to work • Ancestral Knowledge • Artisanal Techniques • Hand-made Products Low Income • Eco friendly productive processes
  6. 6. Is it a matter of potential? • Eager to work • Ancestral Knowledge • Artisanal Techniques • Hand-made Products Low Income • Eco friendly productive processesVery much what the markets want…
  7. 7. Is it a matter of potential? No Infrastructure • Eager to work • Ancestral Knowledge • Artisanal Techniques • Hand-made Products Low Income • Eco friendly productive processesIlliteracyVery much what the markets want…
  8. 8. It is a matter of disconnection! No Infrastructure • Eager to work • Ancestral Knowledge • Artisanal Techniques • Hand-made Products Low Income • Eco friendly productive processesIlliteracyVery much what the markets want…
  9. 9. Coaches rural Designs, International groups, develops, buys platform tostructuring them and sells charge export as formal products made orders manufacturing in rural Enterprises communities Connectingpeopleisourpassion Methodology Brand Account in IB System Wakami Paypal
  10. 10. HowdoesCommunities oftheEarthcreate prosperity? It has TWO TOOLS: 1. Inclussive business methodology – that coaches and incubates rural groups (especially of women) to become rural businesses, that then become part of the WAKAMI VALUE EXPORT CHAIN, having access to income. 2. Wakami Village Methodology – that creates a platform where communities with income, have access to products and services that change their lives!!!
  11. 11. HowdoestheInclussive BusinessSystemwork?
  12. 12. HowdoestheInclussive Business Systemwork?A woman with the dream of having a source of income...
  13. 13. HowdoestheInclussive Business Systemwork?A woman with the dream of having a source of income...Communities of the Earth searching for groupsthatwanttohavea sourceofincomebybecomingpart of theWakamiValueChain.
  14. 14. HowdoestheInclussive Business Systemwork?A woman with the dream of having a source of income...Communities of the Earth searching for groupsthatwanttohavea sourceofincomebybecomingpart of theWakamiValueChain.
  15. 15. Cycle 1: Groups are selected
  16. 16. Cycle 2: Groupwith a shareddream
  17. 17. Cycle 3: Thegroupknowswhat a businessis and wantstocreateone
  18. 18. Cycle 4: Thegroupbecomes a business
  19. 19. Cycle 5: Thebusinessstartsproductionand sales
  20. 20. Cycle 6: Thebusinessimprovesproductivity and sales increase
  21. 21. Cycle 7: Thebusinessisconsolidated
  22. 22. Cycle 8: Thebusinessplansitsgrowth
  23. 23. Cycle 9: Thebusinessisreadytogrow inanorganizedway
  24. 24. INCLUSSIVE Cycle 1: Groups are selectedBUSINESS SYSTEM Cycle 2: Groupwith a shareddream Cycle3: Thegroupknowswhat a businessis and wantstocreateone Cycle4: Thegroupbecomes a business Cycle5: Thebusinessstartsproduction and sales Cycle6: Thebusinessimprovesproductivity and sales increase Cycle 7: Thebusinessisconsolidated Cycle8: Thebusinessplansitsgrowth Cycle9: Thebusinessisreadytogrow in anorganizedway
  25. 25. 1 RaxUlew2 Asociación de Desarrollo Integral de la MujerFrancisquense3 Asociación de Mujeres Vida y Esperanza4 ArtesaniasCandelaria (ASOCAMPO)5 Unión Victoria6 San Rafael7 San Eduardo8 Comunidad de la Ceiba, Pinalito y Despoblado9 Comunidad de Guapinol, Guareruche, Centr o yOratorio10 Monte Redondo11 Magdalena MilpasAltas12 Pastores13 Santa Elena Barillas14 Cunen15 Montecristo16 El Palmar17 CEIPA
  26. 26. ValueChain
  27. 27. 17 groups With 270 families IncomeValueChain 1,350 persons
  28. 28. 17 groups With 270 families IncomeValueChain 1,350 persons
  29. 29. 17 groups With 270 families Income ValueChain 1,350 personsTo into that dramatically andallows them to be agents ofin , , !!!
  30. 30. 17 groups With 270 families Income ValueChain 1,350 personsTo into that dramatically andallows them to be agents ofin , , !!!
  31. 31. Howdoesitwork?
  32. 32. WOMEN TEACH OTHER WOMEN TO:• Monitor weight and height of their children• Monitor school assistance.• Access to health services and scholarships are starting to be created to make sure, WAKAMI KIDS go to school and are well nourished!!ALLIANCES ARE MADE WITH ORGANIZATIONS THAT HAVE PRODUCTS THATREALLYIMPROVE THEIR HOMES:• Organic home gardens– greatfood in thebackyard.• Waterfilters- providingcleanwater• Improvedstoves– usingwoodefficiently, keepingsmokeout of thekitchen.• Solar kits – proving light and phonechargingsystems.• Rain waterharvestingsystems– facilitatingaccesstowater – no more tripstotheriverRURAL COMPANIES GET ORGANIZED TO ALSO IMPACT THEIR COMMUNITIES,MAKING THEM BEAUTIFUL• Recreationalparkswill be created at thecommunitylevel.• Solid wastemanagementprogramswillbegin• Rural companieswill be participating in local decisionmakingspaces.
  33. 33. OurgoalThat the 17 rural companies that are part of theWakamiValueChainstart implementingtheWakamiVillage Methodology!!!
  34. 34. Our dreamTopartnerwithpeopleallovertheworldthat share the dream…One where
  35. 35. …theskyis blue andthesun bright foreveryone!

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