• SERES Spotlight: Ema López

    Leaping into SERES, Leading the Way in Uspantán It’s been a busy and action-packed entry into the SERES youth network for Ema López, an 18-year-old young Maya indigenous woman from San Miguel de Uspantán, El Quiché, Guatemala. Ema became involved with SERES thanks to her older sister, Johana, also a

  • Referendum Held to Declare Water a Human Right in Suchitoto, El Salvador

    An Historic Effort, Defiance in Suchitoto  Water is a scarce resource for many millions of people around that globe who struggle daily to obtain water for consumption and other necessities. Millions of children are dying every year because of preventable illnesses contracted from contaminated water, and with increasing frequency drought

  • Youth Leading the Way in Uspantán

    Persevering, Creating Change Despite Challenges Various youth have grand visions, visions that give hope, motivate, and inspire everyone to be part of those changes that we want to see in our communities. Their great hopes for making a better, more resilient, just, equal, and sustainable community are admirable because there

  • Meet Our New Board Members for Asociación SERES!

    At the end of March, 22 youth leaders from Guatemala and El Salvador, the SERES team, and members of the new directive board gathered together for a weekend to connect, reflect, and work on defining their vision for the future of SERES. Throughout this weekend, youth leaders elected their representatives

  • Suchitoto, Awake for the Earth

    On April 22nd, communities, towns, and cities around the world celebrated International Earth Day. What does this event mean for the world, and for the community of Suchitoto in El Salvador, where many members of the SERES ambassador network live and work? The history and international context of Earth Day