Articles by Anna-Claire Bevan
Struggling to understand the meaning of poverty, four students took on a challenge, with unforeseen consequences, writes Anna...
Clean water for millions – thanks to a man called Fernando. Anna Bevan reports.
Juan Rodriguez wants to raise $50,000 to bring affordable light to the poor. Anna Bevan explains.
Guatemala’s president promised to reduce drug trafficking, but his success is questionable, says Anna Bevan.
Anna-Claire Bevan says 21 December Doomsday hype could cause tension between the Guatemalan government and Mayan community.
To mark International Literacy Day on 8 September Anna-Claire Bevan looks at how a new Guatemalan publication has changed lives.
It’s a game of self-censorship, says Anna Bevan – especially for women.
The country's unequal wealth distribution and rapid population growth have made it one of the poorest in Latin America, writes...
A new film is testament to ‘never giving up’, as Anna Bevan reports from Guatemala.
Accused of money-laundering and fraud, Alfonso Portillo’s luck could be running out, explains Anna Bevan.
An idea born in a landfill site has for two decades helped youngsters see the world through a different lens. Anna Bevan reports.
Guatemalans go to the polls on 11 September - but despite an embarrassment of candidates, many fear it's a case of simply hoping...