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Exchange of experiences of the Producer Organizations of Huehuetenango, Guatemala, in Andalusia.

The objective of the PDRL was to support the processes of integral and equitable development in Huehuetenango. Within the framework of this project, this contract had the mission of contributing to the strengthening of small producers’ organizations. This was done in both the first and second level in the Department of Huehuetenango, through training and the exchange of experiences and knowledge of agricultural production and commercial systems in Andalucía. Some of the actions carried out included contributing to the sustainability of second-tier organizations of small producers through the exchange of experiences with similar organizations in technological and commercial aspects related to the management of agribusinesses and commercial chains, protection of appellations of origin and geographical indications, and their enhancement. The 10-day working visits to Andalusia and the previous training, as well as the contact with cooperative organizations, regulatory councils and other entities, contributed positively to strengthening production processes aimed at market access and the sustainable and effective consolidation of product sales in specialized markets.

Bernardo de Gálvez: a Living Legacy.

On December 9, 2014, the United States Congress granted honorary citizenship to a Spaniard: Bernardo de Gálvez, thus becoming one of the seven who has received this distinction throughout the history of this country, together with Lafayette, Mother Teresa of Calcutta and Winston Churchill.


There is a great lack of knowledge about the role Spain had in the United States’ fight for independence, which was crucial for the success of the American Revolution, as they were provided with important military and economic aid. At the initiative of Teresa Valcárcel, a Spaniard living in Washington and member of the Bernardo de Gálvez Association, the portrait of Bernardo de Gálvez was hung in the United States Congress, thus complying with an old resolution passed by the Congress in 1778 that had not been carried out.


Bernardo de Gálvez, born in Macharaviaya (Málaga) in 1746, was a Spanish military man who actively participated in the “Revolutionary War” with 7500 of his recruits. He took the Port of New Orleans and defeated the British in the battles of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Natchez, Mississippi and Mobile, Alabama. The Siege of Pensacola granted the control of the Mississippi River, thus allowing them to supply necessities to the rebels fighting against the British.


The Gálvez family was an Enlightened family of humble origins, but they came to hold some of the most important positions in the reign of Carlos III. Matías, father of Bernardo, was Viceroy of New Mexico and his uncle became the all-powerful Minister of the Indies who controlled a territory 20 times larger than Spain.


Every 4th of July, Independence Day of the USA, is celebrated in Macharaviaya, the birthplace of the Gálvez family. It is the only town in Europe where it is celebrated. On the other side of the ocean, in the state of Florida, the Siege of Pensacola is reenacted and commemorated, and homage is paid to Bernardo de Galvez. Cities such as Galveston (Texas), Galveston County (Texas), Galvez (Louisiana) and San Bernardo Parish (Louisiana) owe their names to Bernardo de Gálvez.


This documentary is a historical journey that explores who this man was and what his figure represents today.

Strengthening of the School of Judicial Studies.

Boleo Global took on the responsibility of preparing the proposal and directing the project with great success and even notably improving the expected results, since it made contributions of great relevance to the School of Judicial Studies of the Judicial Branch of Guatemala. Initially, the purpose of the consultancy had three main objectives:

  1. To design and implement the Educational Model in criminal matters of the School of Judicial Studies for the development of training programs.
  2. To perform a diagnostic of training needs in criminal matters in order to develop a training plan for this specialty.
  3. To design a pilot program in accordance with the new Educational Model in criminal matters and implement the training plan for the subject identified in the needs assessment.

Here is a sample of one of the nine audiovisuals developed. In addition, a complete virtual training course was conducted on the competence of justices of the peace on less serious crimes.

BAM program in Belize.

As part of the BAM program for the restructuring and competitiveness of the banana sector in Belize, several communication and promotion tools were developed, including its web page and several audiovisual presentation tools. Here we show one of them, which details the banana production process.

Strengthening the Cooperative Sector in Guatemala.

Many projects lack adequate communication, so their scope and content are unknown. This short video shows the work developed with the cooperative sector in Guatemala within the framework of the European Union’s Competitiveness and MSMEs Project.

Security and Justice in Guatemala (CAPSEJUST).

This short video originally shows the content of the European Union Program to support Security and Justice in Guatemala SEJUST, which works with institutions of the Security and Justice Sector, with the purpose of benefiting the Guatemalan population.  It improves the quality and access to justice services, which contributes to reduction of the high rates of impunity, ensures due process, promotes respect for the rights of victims and vulnerable groups, and seeks the re-education of adolescents in conflict with the criminal law. BOLEO GLOBAL developed together with PROATEC the training project known as CAPASEJUST.

With a total of 96 activities in accordance with the corresponding technical sheets prepared by the SEJUST Program, 7854 justice sector actors were trained, compared to the 3000 initially forecasted in the terms of reference. Of different nature and scope, the activities, were sometimes composed of numerous sub-activities, such as training, workshops, specialization courses, exchanges of experiences, congresses, and other training activities and technical assistance services. In addition, a series of studies and publications were produced in accordance with the requirements of those responsible for the SEJUST Program in coordination with the beneficiary entities (ICMS, OJ, INACIF, MP, IDPP, SBS, SP, UPCV and CICIG).

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