Handcrafted products are made and sold by Project Somos women.
Organic fruits and vegetables are grown and harvested for mothers, children and staff in the Village.
Organic quinoa and succulent plants are grown and sold, using agricultural best practices.
The Village is built to be eco-sustainable, with solar energy, rainwater capture, grey water recycling, earthbag construction and interior walls based on eco-bricks.
Language preservation in the Kaqchikel language at our on-site preschool.
Local Guatemalans are employed for all construction, catering of groups, volunteer management, accounting, preschool, and support for the mamas and children.
The Village is managed in collaboration with Mayan leader, Antolin Gonzales.
Voluntourism provides opportunities for cultural and learning exchanges, as well as donations of time, labour and funding.