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    • Looking for Paradise
      Felipe Solares, Nora Cuezzi, MarocsZedan, Melissa Morales, NassinMishaan, Edmond Kong, Annette Jimenez
    • Poverty in Guatemala
      5 out of 10 Guatemalans are poor.
      51% of Guatemalans are poor.(6.6 million)
      15.2% of Guatemalans live in extreme poverty.(1.9 million) or with less than a dollar a day to live.
      28% of the poverty is in the city.
      72% is in rural areas.
    • Corruption, violence, all are responsible for this inhumanity…
      Is this what we want?
    • Causes
      Unemployment
      Lack of Education
      Government corruption
      Parental Responsibility/lack of sexual education
      Discrimination
      Indigenous groups are excluded from the social, economic and political mainstream due to Guatemala's complex topography they are isolated.
      Many indigenous people speak many languages and dialects, but most do not speak Spanish, and this has kept them even more excluded.
    • Effects
      Poor health care.
      Poor living conditions.
      Violence.
      Corruption
      Economy
      Child labor/trafficking
      Prostitution
      Drug Trafficking and consumption
      Lack of resources
      Isolation
    • How you can help…
      Donating money/materials to educational institutions
      Keep company to children who lack of family structure
      Informing communities
      Going away on health care expeditions.
      Fund raising
      Raise awareness
      Get help form foreign and local companies
      Raising money by selling goods in school, neighborhood, or at social events.
      Give a smile to the children in the gas stops.
    • This is what some of the best public schools in Guatemala look like.
    • In what conditions is the worst public school you might wonder…
    • Is this what kids should be doing?
    • Where you can help…
      Public Schools ex/ Escuela Maria Montesori, Escuelita Ramirez, Escuelita Rafael Alvares, etc.
      Foundationsex/ Funjesus, Ayudame a Vivir, Camino Seguro.
      House: Help your maid to learn to read and write.
      Streets give a smile to every kid you see in the street.
    • Any thing small or big can help! The change begins with YOU!
    • Citations
      http://www.ruralpovertyportal.org/web/guest/country/home/tags/guatemala
      http://imagenes.tupatrocinio.com/imagenes/4/0/3/8/64038020082167666869676654534566/ACF49BF.jpg
      http://www.inforpressca.com/unioncantinil/galeria.php
      http://www.muladarnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/ninos_trabajando_oit.jpg
      http://imagenes.viajeros.com/fotos/t/tk/tkzwut-bg.jpg
      http://lacomunidad.elpais.com/blogfiles/antonio-pampliega/nino-trabajando.jpg
      http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_LFrXxWx32D4/Sf8WVMUVxWI/AAAAAAAADMc/PxptHQKiaJA/s320/insur_ninos_trabajando2.jpg
      http://www.volunteertravel.com/images/GVI-Guatemala.jpg