We were interested in the CECAP initiative that helps encourage skill building in young local people: carpentry, culinary skills, sewing, etc. In a country where ~50% of the Mayan population lives below the poverty line (for Guatemala), expanding opportunities for young people who otherwise might not be able to stay in school because of financial needs of family (needing their help in the fields and elsewhere).
This was typical of the house in the Mayan town, with electricity and running water, but most houses using wood as their source of cooking fuel.
The entire program (all skills) has had over 600 students from the village over the 6 years. The cafe and workshop space is expanding this year. They're doing good work.