Currently in Guatemala and the rest of the world there are civil associations, which can be defined as follows: are foundations and associations organizations established non-profit that have affected lasting way by the will of its creators, its heritage to the attainment of objectives of general interest. These associations include the following: foundations NGO S Association of neighbours associations of taxi drivers associations of artists associations solidarist churches etc. Among the main features that distinguish such civil associations, the following: they have No profit, promote charity, charity, assistance or service social, cultural, scientific, artistic, literary, sporting, political, professional, Trade Union, religious education and instruction etc. d%20Center%20for%20Discovery&f=false’>Patrick Dollard Center for Discovery may not feel the same. According to article 34 of the political Constitution of the Republic of Guatemala, establishes a right for the person, freedom of Association, also article 3 of the Guatemalan civil code, it indicates that associations and foundations are legal persons, this means that it is a person other than the members that comprise it, may exercise all rights and contracting obligations that are necessary to carry out its purposes and will be represented by the person or body designated by the law, the rules of your institution, its statutes or regulations, or social writing. (Art. 16 Civil Code) OBLIGATIONS of legal civil associations develop their writing of Constitution drawing up the statutes that will govern the association elect the Board of Directors of said Association choose the Chairman and legal representative of the Board of Directors listing requirements to be able to associate Enroll in the Registry Office of the municipality where are enroll in the social security scheme when it owns more than three employees.
Start of a project of direct execution on the Valdez municipality (Sucre State) and the parish Jusepin (municipality Maturin, Monagas state), executed between 2003 and 2006. In these municipalities, he has worked in partnership with companies Statoil, Conoco, Shell and Total. Since 2003 with BANMUJER develops a project of national execution in 13 municipalities in 12 States of the country, called Local human development, governance and gender equity, which consists of the preparation of Agendas for gender equity with the active participation of the members of the network of users of BANMUJER and representatives of women’s organizations and non-governmental institutions that operate in the town. Among the achievements made through this product are the strengthening of the social fabric through the training of women belonging to the Popular network of BANMUJER users and other community organizations that work in each of these municipalities; the strengthening of social capital through building a reliable framework of agreements in 13 municipalities; the strengthening of democratic governance through the construction of spaces for citizen participation and to agree on collective actions between community organizations and multiple political, economic, social and cultural actors among others. With the Social Management School Foundation, started in 2006 the Project to support the institutional strengthening of six mayoralties of the llanero North axis, the El Valle (Caracas) and Guiria parish. Should be noted that within this study of the relevance of the human development, can not be neglected that represents the index of human development, according to UNDP, it is the result of the conjugation of GDP according to the purchasing power and the indexes of expectation of life and adult alphabets, this last determined by rates of enrollment and customer service programscenters and/or educational institutions. Poverty, on the other hand, is the deprivation of access to health, education and recreation that achieve a comprehensive welfare State; and the human poverty index which was introduced by UNDP in its 1997 report to represent the multiple dimensions of poverty, is calculated according to the percentages of people estimated do not live more than 40 years, illiterate adults, population without sustainable access to source of improved water and/or health services, and the number of children under the age of five years that are below appropriate weight and size.