The Guatemala Literacy Project (GLP) is an initiative to provide badly needed textbooks, library materials, and computer centers to underprivileged children in Guatemala.
Since 1996, the textbook program has been brought to many impoverished rural communities. There are over 27,464 students using textbooks at 155 schools. The GLP has also founded 21 self-funding computer centers and 18 school libraries. The project already serves 10% of the country's neediest secondary schools and is working with the goal of ensuring that no child in Guatemala grows up without the gift of both traditional and technological literacy. For more information visit the Guatemala Literacy Project web site.