Scholarships provide hope of a

better future for the community

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ADIVIMA officials interviewing a scholarship applicant to determine if they meet the requirements for extreme poverty and willingness to work hard in school. 

Angelica Osorio O. (1)

Angelica Osorio Osorio with her mother at home. She graduated in 2016 from secondary with a professional degree.

Marķa Esperanza Acoj Cuxum (83)

Marķa Esperanza Acoj Cuxum and her family. She graduated in 2016 from secondary with a professional degree. 

This woman is signing for her child’s scholarship check with a thumbprint. Most adults had no opportunity to become literate. ADIVIMA maintains strict accounting of scholarship funds which are audited by the government.  

Dec. 2011 General Assembly

Parents and students meet with ADIVIMA officials in their headquarters at least twice a year to reinforce the importance of education. 

Pablo at home visit

The Scholarship Partners have supported a tutor to assist students who are struggling. Pablo Chen Chen meets with all 60 students in their far flung communities to give them the emotional and academic support that their parents can’t. 


Classroom 2016

Students attend the school and selected the career of their choice. Professional degrees include teaching, accounting, computing, and business administration. 

school visit

Delegates from the donor churches in the US visit scholarship students in their schools.