We are grateful for every person involved in our nonprofit: Project Quetzal’s Board of Directors, our donors and friends, the teachers, the children, the parents and communities in rural Guatemala, and the nonprofit we collaborate with that provides training and support to our teachers.. Together we have made a big difference, and there are so many success stories. Project Quetzal now has 9 preschools, 4 after-school tutorial programs, 1 weaving group, and 2 embroidery groups. The focus of all of them is always Education, Nutrition, and Sustainable Livelihood. Our last trip to Guatemala in February and March was full of wonderful visits to all the schools and programs. It was great to observe the teachers implementing the new techniques and strategies that they learn during the training. The curriculum is child centered and play based with lots of music, art, and dancing. The children are learning so much while having fun at the same time! The statistics and evaluations at the end of 2022 were excellent. Preschool children who were old enough went on to public school well prepared with good skills; children in the tutorial programs were on grade level; many of the women weavers and embroiderers are taking orders in their communities and earning money to help support their families.