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Xela AID (21)

Monday, 27 June 2022 08:48

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Wednesday, 23 March 2022 14:52

Our Approach

Getting an education and a good job go hand in hand in breaking the cycle of poverty. We also know that children who are hungry or sick can’t learn, and can’t attend school if their parents need them to work in the field to make ends meet. That's why Local Hope pursues integrated solutions to remove obstacles to education. Some of these solutions include health care, mental health care, a pure drinking water/sanitation and hygiene program, emergency services and more.

The Scope of Our Work

Local Hope’s programs serve about 6,000 people each year. During our more than two decades of operation, these programs have increased the number of girls studying from just 4% to more than 50%, and increased the number of years our students remain in school from just four years (age 6-10) to 12 years (age 6-18). We’ve graduated more than 600 children from high school in a region where no high school graduation of an indigenous child was recorded prior to Local Hope’s arrival!

Our Headquarters

In Guatemala, Local Hope is headquartered in San Martín Chiquito about 30 minutes outside Quetzaltenango, or Xela (Shay-la) Guatemala. Stateside, our office is in Sunset Beach, California.

Learn More About Us!

Local Hope-Xela AID Brief History
View our most recent Impact Report
Meet our Board of Directors and Advisors and Staff
Meet our Valued Partners
Check out our most recent Financials
Contact Us

 

Tuesday, 21 December 2021 09:03

Our Approach

Getting an education and a good job go hand in hand in breaking the cycle of poverty. We also know that children who are hungry or sick can’t learn, and can’t attend school if their parents need them to work in the field to make ends meet. That's why Xela AID pursues integrated solutions to remove obstacles to education. Some of these solutions include health care, mental health care, a pure drinking water/sanitation and hygiene program, emergency services and more.

The Scope of Our Work

Xela AID’s programs serve about 6,000 people each year. During our more than two decades of operation, these programs have increased the number of girls studying from just 4% to more than 50%, and increased the number of years our students remain in school from just four years (age 6-10) to 12 years (age 6-18). We’ve graduated more than 300 children from high school in a region where no high school graduation of an indigenous child was recorded prior to Xela AID’s arrival!

Our Headquarters

In Guatemala, Xela AID is headquartered in San Martín Chiquito about 30 minutes outside Quetzaltenango, or Xela (Shay-la) Guatemala. Stateside, our office is on Ocean Boulevard in Long Beach, California.

Learn More About Us!

Xela AID Brief History
View our most recent Impact Report
Meet our Board of Directors and Advisors and Staff
Meet our Valued Partners
Check out our most recent Financials
Contact Us

 

Tuesday, 16 March 2021 13:20

Our Approach

Getting an education and a good job go hand in hand in breaking the cycle of poverty. We also know that children who are hungry or sick can’t learn, and can’t attend school if their parents need them to work in the field to make ends meet. That's why Xela AID pursues integrated solutions to remove obstacles to education. Some of these solutions include health care, mental health care, a pure drinking water/sanitation and hygiene program, emergency services and more.

The Scope of Our Work

Xela AID’s programs serve about 6,000 people each year. During our more than two decades of operation, these programs have increased the number of girls studying from just 4% to more than 50%, and increased the number of years our students remain in school from just four years (age 6-10) to 12 years (age 6-18). We’ve graduated more than 300 children from high school in a region where no high school graduation of an indigenous child was recorded prior to Xela AID’s arrival!

Our Headquarters

In Guatemala, Xela AID is headquartered in San Martín Chiquito about 30 minutes outside Quetzaltenango, or Xela (Shay-la) Guatemala. Stateside, our office is on Ocean Boulevard in Long Beach, California.

Learn More About Us!

Xela AID Brief History
View our most recent Impact Report
Meet our Board of Directors and Advisors and Staff
Meet our Valued Partners
Check out our most recent Financials
Contact Us

 

Monday, 21 September 2020 14:24

Our Approach

Getting an education and a good job go hand in hand in breaking the cycle of poverty. We also know that children who are hungry or sick can’t learn, and can’t attend school if their parents need them to work in the field to make ends meet. That's why Xela AID pursues integrated solutions to remove obstacles to education. Some of these solutions include health care, mental health care, a pure drinking water/sanitation and hygiene program, emergency services and more.

The Scope of Our Work

Xela AID’s programs serve about 6,000 people each year. During our more than two decades of operation, these programs have increased the number of girls studying from just 4% to more than 50%, and increased the number of years our students remain in school from just four years (age 6-10) to 12 years (age 6-18). We’ve graduated more than 300 children from high school in a region where no high school graduation of an indigenous child was recorded prior to Xela AID’s arrival!

Our Headquarters

In Guatemala, Xela AID is headquartered in San Martín Chiquito about 30 minutes outside Quetzaltenango, or Xela (Shay-la) Guatemala. Stateside, our office is on Ocean Boulevard in Long Beach, California.

Learn More About Us!

Xela AID Brief History
View our most recent Impact Report
Meet our Board of Directors and Advisors and Staff
Meet our Valued Partners
Check out our most recent Financials
Contact Us

 

Wednesday, 19 August 2020 17:48

Local Hope in The News

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“Long Beach Non-Profit helps the rural poor during COVID” (PDF)
Press Telegram • https://www.presstelegram.com/2020/04/06/coronavirus-shutdowns-leave-the-rural-poor-in-guatemala-without-food-so-this-long-beach-nonprofit-is-filling-the-gap/ 

  

“Del condado de Orange a las zonas rurales de Guatemala” (PDF)
La Opinion • https://www.msn.com/es-us/news/inmigracion/del-condado-de-orange-a-las-zonas-rurales-de-guatemala/ar-AAHtz3g 

 

“Belmont artist helps to direct coronavirus relief” (PDF)
Belmont Citizen-Harold • https://belmont.wickedlocal.com/news/20200428/belmont-artist-helps-to-direct-coronavirus-relief-operations-in-guatemala 

 

“Self Reliance is the Ultimate Goal” (PDF)
Santa Barbara Independent • https://www.independent.com/2019/10/22/self-reliance-is-ultimate-goal-of-guatemala-aid-organization/ 

  

“5 Stars to Local Hope-Xela AID Story” (PDF)
Indie Reader (PDF) • https://indiereader.com/book_review/hope-dancing-finding-purpose-and-a-place-to-serve-among-the-maya/ 

 

“Thrive Thursday: Meet Local Hope Executive Director” (PDF)
Lead Up for Women • https://www.leadupforwomen.com/blog/leslie-baer-dinkel-executive-director-local-hope-guatemala 

 

Tuesday, 30 July 2019 09:49

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