CoDevelopment Canada is alarmed by a break-in that took place early on March 8 at the Women’s Sector’s offices in Guatemala City.
Sensitive information, such as accounting documents and files on women’s organizations in Guatemala, were stolen. As well, the assailants took the Sector’s computers and other equipment, while other materials were destroyed. Paradoxically the organization’s cash box remained untouched. (more…)
Mugs are $7 each or 2 for $12.
CoDev was lucky enough to receive a grant from Imprint4, a promotional products company that believes in giving back to the community. In that spirit, the company awarded CoDev $500 in free logo products. It seemed only fitting that we choose coffee mugs to complement Café Etico. We’re grateful to Imprint 4 for their generosity and invite all of you to come in and purchase a mug along with your favorite Café Etico coffee.
Since August 2017 when Guatemala President Jimmy Morales attempted to declare Ivan Velasquez, the head of the UN-sponsored International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG) persona non grata, (more…)
Since the terrible crisis that has wracked Nicaragua since mid-April first erupted, CoDev, fearful of taking actions that could exacerbate divisions or abet US destabilization in the region, has restricted ourselves to simply posting information from our Nicaraguan partners. (more…)