Mazatenango

Mazatenango

 

a city in western Guatemala, the administrative center of Suchitepequez Department. Population, 24,400 (1971). It is connected by railroad with Guatemala City and with the port of Champerico. It is the center of an agricultural region that produces coffee, sugarcane, cocoa, and tropical fruits. There is a food-processing industry.

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Un conductor las vio caminando rumbo a Mazatenango y las subio a su vehiculo.
After years of threats and harassment from gangs and local police in her hometown of Mazatenango, Sandy fled with her four kids and attempted to enter the U.S.
2018 hma-cd-124 hiring of service of collection, Transportation, Treatment and final provision of 46,153 pounds of solid waste, For the mazatenango hospital.
U.S.-funded Drug Demand Reduction (DDR) programs consisting of awareness and training efforts directed towards community and government leaders, educators, parents, and students, targeted 30,000 people in 25 municipalities in Salcaja, Retalhuleu, Mazatenango, Coatepeque, Jutiapa, San Lucas Sacatepequez, Chimaltenango and Alta Verapaz.
Of the Guatemalan camareros subgroup, 27 (30%) are from the following locations: Catarina, Coatepeque, El triunfo, Malacatan, Mazatenango, Pajapita, El Tumbador and Reforma, whereas 54 (61%) are from the urban area of Tecun Uman.
are located in the departments of Quetzaltenango (Coatepeque and Quetzaltenango), Retalhuleu and in Suchitepequez (Mazatenango).
Mazatenango: Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala; 2004 [citado marzo 2011] Disponible en: http://digi.usac.edu.gt/bvirtual/investigacio_files/INFORMES/PRUNIAN/ INF-2004-007.pdf.
The dispute apparently created a difficult work environment, and in response, on June 30,1951, Gabriel Alvarado transferred three of the Sisters to another institution in the provincial city of Mazatenango. (52) Other workers unwilling to join the teachers' union were summarily dismissed.
Three months ago, farm laborer Erick Tupul, from Mazatenango, in the eastern Guatemalan department of Suchitepequez, travelled to Tecun Uman, in the northern department of San Marcos, with the intention of crossing the border with Mexico and making his way to the US in search of employment.
(2) Universidad de San Carlos, Mazatenango, Suchitepequez, Guatemala.
"The food is all gone in the stores and supermarkets," said Abascal, referring to the departmental capital of Mazatenango. Parts of San Marcos department, one of the worst-hit areas, still had not received food or medical aid.