Explorers in Guatemala

Guatemala is a country with a nutritional crisis among infants, who are not getting enough critical nutrients during their first 1,000 days of life. Planet Forward sent a group of student explorers from George Washington University to see how communication technology and community partnerships are being used to get critical nutrition info out to a multi-ethnic, multi-language society.

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The George Washington University
Exploring Guatemala’s Culinary Tradition
Water taxi on grand Lake Atitlan
Water taxi on grand Lake Atitlan
GWU
From Guatemala City to rural communities, is La Ventana de los Mil Días having an impact?
GWU
A look at what the private sector is bringing to the table in order to reduce chronic child malnutrition.  
The George Washington University
Journey through a Green Country
GWU
Socially-Conscious Engagement from a Family-Owned Radio Station
GWU
The Guatemalan Federation of Radio Schools (FGER) has represented marginalized groups for 48 years.
GWU
The Secretary of Food and Nutricional Security (SESAN) is starting to focus its communication strategies at the local level. 
The George Washington University
PF Explorers Interviews the Faith-based Organization La Pastoral de la Primera Infancia and Congressman Hugo Morán
GWU
Checking Out What’s Available in a Supermarket in Guatemala City
GWU
The PF Explorers Arrive in Guatemala City.

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