The education system in Guatemala lacks teachers and materials, while student enrollment and performance are spotty at best. But rural classrooms are integrating a new feature: 28,000 state-of-the-art, education-oriented tablets, donated by outside organizations.
Adriana González is the only female taxi driver working in her village of Chaquijyá, Guatemala. She’s not only making money in a male-dominated industry, but she’s serving as a shining example to other young people and women.
Of the 71 community mayors currently serving in Sololá municipality in southwestern Guatemala, only four are women. They spoke with Global Press Journal about discrimination, politics and their region’s shifting views on gender roles.