GUAMAP Benefit Saturday November 7,6-8:30 pm
St.Andrews Church, NE corner 5th Ave and 16th St.,Tucson, Featuring:
Dr. Linda Green,Director of UA Center for Latin American Studies,
On impunity, and a structural and political overview of post-election Guatemala.
RJ Johnson, PHD candidate at UA Dept. of Geography,
On relationships between poverty, indebtedness,
land dispossession,and Guatemalan immigration
Todd Miller,author of Border Patrol Nation, Kathy Brewer, nurse and GUAMAP volunteer,
On impact of the recent environmental disaster at the Rio Pasión in Sayaxche.
On GUAMAP's Pediatrics for Natural Disasters acupuncture
training health promoter acupuncture training
in San Francisco,Peten.
Excellent Guatemalan Food
provided by the Manuel and Katarina Hernandez family -- meat and vegetarian plates
Raffle and Guatemala craft sale, music
Suggested donation: $15 per person
For information or to volunteer, call Laurie (520)623-6620 or write email@example.com.
Learners' Circle Sponsorship Program 2015-2016
Guatemala Needs Acupuncturists Now!For just $US 30 a month - you can sponsor a learner’s entire basic two year education program. 100% of funds donated for this learner’s program go directly to the education of sponsored students. Donations are tax deductible in the US. Once trained, 10 new practitioners will aid thirty communities in treating common health conditions. GUAMAP has trained practitioners and instructors in Guatemala for 20 years. Support the Learners' Circle. For every four students sponsored -a fifth student will be matched with funding by a donor.
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Healers' Circle Sponsorship Program 2015
Support Seasoned Acupuncturists!For $45 you can sponsor one seasoned acupuncturist for his/her annual training. 100% of funds donated to the Healers’ Program directly sponsors acupuncturists’ education. For every four supporters who provide this funding, we have a matching donor who will provide funding for a fifth student. Donations are tax deductible in the US. Local health promoters were trained to become acupuncturists last twenty years by professional GUAMAP volunteers in Petén, Guatemala. Eighteen now work in 20 communities regularly treating patients. Many are the only health care provider in their rural community.
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