Jan 22, 1999 Guatemala Finance Minister Pedro Miguel Lamport and Inter-American Development Bank Executive Vice President K. Burke Dillon signed documents for a $40 million loan to Guatemala for reconstruction and repair of public works and preventive measures against flooding.
Jan 1, 1999 On the edge of a sunlit patio, three generations of women kneel on mats, creating intricate patterns with colored thread. The two older women, dressed in traditional huipiles, weave on hand looms...
Jul 1, 1998 In the wake of the 1996 accords that ended Guatemala's 36 years of civil conflict, the international community pledged a very large amount of financial assistance--some $1.9 billion--to fund the..
Apr 1, 1998 Can a single person encapsulate the turbulent modern history of Guatemala? Juan López Díaz comes close. Born in 1929 in Jacaltenango, six hours by road from Guatemala City, López spent his...
Apr 1, 1998 In a cramped two-room house in Villa Nueva, a working-class district south of Guatemala City, seven-year-old Gabriela González Hernández is getting ready for her first day of school.
Nov 1, 1997 Donor countries and organizations hailed the efforts of the Guatemalan government in implementing that country's peace accords at a September meeting in the colonial capital of Antigua...
Aug 1, 1997 Lidia Chile does not consider herself to be a fancy dresser, and she certainly is not rich. Yet she would never think of leaving her house in Santo Domingo Xenacoj wearing anything less than...
Aug 1, 1997 $38 million to support a program that expands access to essential social services among female heads of household, indigenous communities, youth at risk, the elderly, and the disabled..
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