2022: News from Cochabamba

A Zoom Conference was held on 2/16/2022 with CAICC project staff to discuss the current status. Please see the attached PDF for the contents. Download the minutes of the Zoom conference

Beginning of the school year 2021 at Francisco Coll in Guatemala City

It was possible to complete the school year 2020 on time by distributing learning sheets to the pupils. For the school year 2021 the teachers have created a Hybrid model, meaning, that the pupils are attending classes physically from monday to wednesday inclusive, while being divided into two equal groups, each counting about 10-15 pupils. … Read more

2020: Corona and other news

At first news from the board of the foundation: After 15 years of continuous and valuable cooperation Prof. Radeisen left the board by 1st January 2020. Replacing him is Isabell Nordhausen, a young employee of the charitable organization INKOTAe.V., for which she is regularly visiting some projects in Central America. During visiting the INKOTA project … Read more


Two of our project partners in Latin America have European roots and they regularly visit their relatives. They are Sister Maria Teresa, who travels to Barcelona every two years to visit her family; she and I (Irmingard Weise) have already met there twice. And then there is Alex Bustamante, who has been president of the … Read more


Following the idea of Mrs.Netzer-Guggenbichler we bought a dozen of little suns and sent them to Guatemala. These are little yellow objects with centrally located LED lamps, whose energy is fed by a solar modul i.e. the sun. Fully loaded the lamps shine brightly for 5 hours or with dimmed light for 10 hours. They … Read more

2013: From Apolinaria Coc Ac

Our scholarship holder from 2012, Apolinaria Coc Ac sent us the following letter. Because of the scholarship, she was able to study and graduate. Today she works in a health center of the state. She finished top of her cohort, the photo below shows her holding the Guatemalan flag where she is being honored. The … Read more