PROJECT – GUATEMALA’S MAYAN INDIGENOUS

PROJECT – GUATEMALA’S MAYAN INDIGENOUS

FOOD, WATER AND MEDICINE ARE URGENTLY NEEDED

We are raising awareness of the need in the Mayan Community In Guatemala.

The Mayan people have inhabited Guatemala for more than 2 millennia. Their empire once expanded from Guatemala and into areas of Mexico. The main center for the majority of the Mayan communities was located in Guatemala. Even today, it is said that approximately 60% of Guatemalans are descended from the Mayan bloodlines. A large majority of the remaining Mayan Indigenous still live in Guatemala.

The mission: To deliver food, water, and medicine to the Mayans

These people have always been hardworking people. Their ancestors were heavily into agriculture, and while they tamed the Central America rainforests to make their thriving communities, they also cared for the flora and fauna around them.

 

YOU will be sharing in the mission to send the needed supplies. Also, through the help of our partners, we will be delivering renewable energy into these communities. There will be solar panels to bring clean energy into their environment. There will be potable water delivered through cutting edge technology that can deliver clean drinkable water from the air. With your help, the people will be able to once again thrive.

 

YOU will be helping to restore and preserve the forests in this beautiful country of Guatemala when you choose to offset your carbon footprint on this site. YOU will provide food, medicines, clean water, and clean air to the Mayan people who have been the guardians of these forests for over a million years.

Offset your carbon foot print now !

THE WORLD RAIN FORESTS ARE UNDER THREAT OF DEFORESTATION

Guatemala is no stranger to deforestation. There are forest fires, logging and agriculture that seem to be the biggest reasons for the deforestation of the Guatemalan rain forest. In a matter of 17 years, the area known as Laguna del Tigre lost nearly 30 percent of its tree cover due to
deforestation, per the data from the University of Maryland.

According to the UN FAO, about a third of Guatemala is forested lands. Of that third, approximately 44.3% is classified as primary forest, which is the most primal and carbon dense form of forest. Yet this is decreasing each year. There are some of the Mayans who realize the importance of reforestation but lack the financial backing to make that happen. Most of these people live on incomes of $1 a day and are suffering from hunger and poor water conditions.

WITH YOUR SUPPORT, we can get these people technology to warm their homes and to cook their food without having to cut down the needed trees around them. We are able to offer various renewable energy resources to them. Technology that would use solar energy, wind energy, and bring potable water to them through access of it in the air. This would allow the earth to heal, the vegetation and animals to thrive once again, and for this are of Guatemala to experience a rejuvenation of it’s forests.

We Want To Help As Many Indigenous Communities

As Is Possible – Join With Us!

We are working together with The Jerusalem Foundation in Guatemala, who are able to assist getting assistance to the Mayan people. We have the connections to get the solar, wind and water technologies into the necessary locations to help make change in the environment so that these people can once again re-establish their communities and build a stronger force to restore and preserve the forested lands. There are programs that we are able to be a part of that will make your sponsorship go even further.


Eventually, we are looking to help the Mayan people get a cap and trade agreement with the lawmakers of Guatemala, so that there can be an infrastructure to pay these people from. Until then the people need our help as they are no longer able to fend for themselves at this point in time.

 

WE ARE COMMITTED – AND WE NEED YOUR HELP AS A PARTNER

OFFSET YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT NOW !

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