SHARE carries out different activities within projects and programs. Their aim is to support its strategic vision by promoting sustainability and development using its own methodologies, systems for monitoring and evaluation, and high-performance personnel in each intervention.
In Guatemala, SHARE leads the development of an innovation laboratory that aimed to reduce maize post-harvest losses, which was sponsored by USAID's Feed the Future and led by the Kansas State University. The same was leveraged in innovative thinking and allowed the development of different strategies for capacity growth for more than 300 small farmers and their families, as well as the development of manuals for trainers with a gender approach, the adaptation of relevant technologies and the implementation of different strategies for the dissemination of information with a gender approach to local and national actors, accompanied by technical training for students from different local universities (USAC, CUNOROC), government agricultural agents (MAGA, VIDER) resulting in more than 1,000 participants. More information on the DISASTER risk
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SHARE continues to work on Supporting Children's Education, improving access to elementary, middle and high school education, and strengthening the national system. During 2019 the work continued, with the great support of one of its most appreciated allies, the North American supermarket chain TARGET, achieving 360 full scholarships.
During 2020, it continues its efforts and has given scholarships to more than 400 children in rural areas.
It was achieved through the strengthening of local municipal capacities for risk management and the project for the strengthening of municipal and community capacities for risk management and gender inclusion carried out from 2014 to 2018 with the support of USAID OFDA and SE-CONRED, and it directly benefitted vulnerable populations in disadvantaged social contexts in the departments of Quetzaltenango, Retalhuleu, San Marcos, Escuintla, Sacatepéquez, Chimaltenango, Guatemala, and Zacapa.