OUR HISTORY

SHARE started the implementation of Development Programs in Guatemala in 1987 under the principle of sharing.

From 1987 to 1994
SHARE developed projects of Rural Infrastructure and Food for Work, Mother-Child Projects, Natural Resources Conservation and Community Funds (credits for women), with the support of USAID, World SHARE and the World Bank.
From 1995 to 2000
SHARE implemented the Program of Integrated Rural Development, supported by USAID and the Government of Guatemala. Its components were: Family Health and Nutrition, Improved Management for Family Resources and the Strengthening of Community Organization. It also implemented the Post Mitch project in the department El Progreso, in response to the emergency that arose from the natural disaster.
From 2000 to 2006
With the vision to contribute in sustainable development, through financial solutions, inspiring people to achieve their dreams, SHARE started its Business Development Program in 2001. The program has been implemented successfully up until today.

SHARE developed the Program of Rural Development with these components: Improved Family Health and Nutrition, Improved Generation of Family Incomes, Strengthening of Local Power and Foods for Work, with the support of USAID. Likewise, SHARE developed a program to Support Education, with the sponsorship of USDA.

It also developed a project with the support of USAID, OFDA and FCI for Food Security directed to victims of the natural disaster caused by the Stan storm.
From 2006 to 2011
SHARE developed a Food Security Program with these components: Nutrition and Health, Production and Infrastructure with the support of USAID. SHARE also carried out the Education Support Program with the sponsorship of USDA for 12 consecutive years.

SHARE developed a Project for Strengthening Municipal Capacities for Risk Management, with the support of OFDA, in Tecpán, Chimaltenango.

SHARE also developed the Emergency Project to support families affected by the drought in Jutiapa, Huehuetenango and Chimaltenango. It provided support to victims of the storm Agatha, in the area of Chimaltenango.