March 2, 2020

2019 By the Numbers- Unanticipated Community Benefits

When Project Harvest is invited into a community with its integrated program focused on gardens, rainwater harvesting, organization and training, it is laying down a foundation […]
February 26, 2020

From Dependence to Independence – an Entry and Exit Strategy

Many families ask Project Harvest to implement our integrated program of food security and leadership training in their communities, but once we are on the ground, […]
November 19, 2018

2018 By the Numbers- Fragile Family Economy

  The families with whom Project Harvest works are within the segment of the rural population that is called extremely poor. Under normal conditions, when everything […]
October 25, 2018

A Day in the Life of Yolanda

Yolanda is a resident of Oquen, a community located in the dry corridor of Comotan in Chiquimula. She is a very hard working woman and always […]
October 25, 2018

Letter from the Coordinator and Chair- 2017

Dear Friends and Supporters, Can we tell you why and how this is a year of “firsts” for Project Harvest? As we write this letter the […]
May 26, 2018

Food is a Human Right

Hunger is a manifestation of the lack of compliance on the part of the State to ensure the right of every person to receive an adequate […]
March 1, 2017

New Project Harvest Communities

In 2016, Project Harvest widened its program into two new communities, La Ceiba and La Libertad (22 and 33 new families respectively in each community). Families […]
March 1, 2017

Flourishing Family Gardens

In July 2015, Project Harvest expanded its work into two new communities, Tunuco Abajo and Oquen. Both communities are extremely poor. A primary reason for this […]
March 1, 2017

The Dry Corridor

I n early January 2014, Guatemala’s daily newspaper, La Prensa, reported that more than 95,000 families were without grain in the ‘Dry Corridor’. The rains did […]