Together we’re dignifying lives!

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Throughout the next few weeks, you’ll meet some of the FAFG’s dedicated team of professionals who are committed to contributing their expertise to the search for and identification of the Disappeared in Guatemala.
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For more than two decades of work, FAFG has conducted over 1,850 investigations, exhumed more than 8,300 skeletal remains, and collected more than 16,000 antemortem interviews with the relatives of the victims. Thanks to the trust of the families and rigours scientific practises, FAFG has identified 3,483 victim from Guatemala’s conflict, thereby accompanying the families in their journey for truth and justice.
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We are launching our year-end fundraising campaign! This year we hope to raise $25,000 to support the search for truth and advance justice.
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Fredy Peccerelli

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF FAFG

I am inviting you into the FAFG offices and laboratories to hear directly from them about their work and why they are so devoted to supporting the families to dignify and identify their loved ones.

Jessika Osorio

HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT OF VICTIM INVESTIGATION AND DOCUMENTATION

The families of the victims and the Disappeared propel the search for their loved ones. FAFG’s investigators are the direct link with these families. Jessika, the Head of the Department of Victim Investigation and Documentation, says that working at the FAFG » has simply made me more human.»

Aaron Cardona

FORENSIC ARCHAEOLOGIST

The search begins in the grave, with the rigorous documentation and careful excavation of the remains. Aaron, one of FAFG’s Forensic Archaeologists says» what I like most about my work is the ability to help families in the first step to achieve the identification of their loved ones.»

Anny Samayoa

FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY ANALIST

After recovering the human skeletal remains in the communities, they are transported to the “Dr. Clyde Snow” Forensic Anthropology Laboratory where our team of forensic anthropologists carefully analyze and document each set of remains, continuing the forensic process to obtain a possible identification.

Wendy Argueta

DNA ANALYST III

The FAFG geneticist, like Wendy, are so persistent that they will apply all possible methods of genetic extraction in order to obtain a usable profile. It is this persistence and dedication to results that feeds the opportunity to dignify and identify the disappeared.

Omar Girón

HUMAN IDENTIFICATION ADVISOR

FAFG has developed this unique process of Human Identification and has to date identified 3,492 victims of Guatemala’s internal armed conflict. As Omar Bertoni Giron indicates that the work of the FAFG is «fundamentally important in our country since based on scientific results it provides real hope for the families.»

Nancy Valdez

PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS DIRECTOR

Hear from Nancy Valdez, the Director of Programs and Projects, about how we make every effort to «achieve the objective and outcomes that the Foundation establishes in order to benefit the families. «

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