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

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