One woman waited 16 years for hernia surgery within a struggling national health care system. But after one day, her life could change.
Guatemalan healer and Myan Priestess Lidia Escobedo volunteers her healing therapies at Hogar de Ancianos Fray Rodrigo de La Cruz, a nursing home in Antigua. She also teaches the next generation of healers in villages across Guatemala in the face of skepticism.
Lidia Serech Cutzal built a business, a family and a home, despite of discrimination and poverty.
A leader explores a Guatemalan alternative education that never stops teaching.
Like their ancestors, Vanessa Martinez and her family weave and sell Mayan textiles. But Vanessa dreams of a life that goes beyond traditions
Disabled children and adults thrive in new home outside Antigua with worldwide donor support.
Jess Bercovici opened Antigua design company, Stela 9, to create fashionable clothes through ethical collaboration with Guatemalan artisans.