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Guatemala has very high maternal and infant mortality high rates, compare to other Latin American countries. Currently, only one third of women in Guatemala have used a modern family planning method. A 28% of women in the country report an unmet need for family planning. Unfortunately, funding for maternal and child health services, reproductive...

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New Dawn Guatemala

Don Manuel De la Cruz and his family set out to work for the education and cultural identity of the children of San Andrés Itzapa, in Chimaltenango more than 25 years ago. It is their way to give back to the community that helped out a member of their family who received treatment for...

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Reiki As a Healing Therapy

Reiki, like acupuncture and shiatsu, starts from a very simple premise: matter and energy are incontrovertible. Human beings are thus “all energy”, this view is widely shared by relativity theory and quantum physics. And when energy flow is blocked, by any circumstance, disease occurs. This can manifest as physical and emotional diseases, and pain....

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Don Lipe “The Butcher”

Depending on how accustomed you are to life in La Antigua, you may have stopped buying meat from a particular distributor or specialty shop and may have begun to visit the municipal market and buy from the butchers’ stalls there. For the families who’ve lived in the center of town (and some of them...

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Genesis Project

Genesis Project is a non-profit organization, founded on July 29, 2012 in Chimaltenango. This project was initiated by a father’s need to educate his two-year-old daughter Genesis; and this desire became a possibility to help many more children. The group of children was small at first, but the need for a good education in...

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Magic in the Seven Temples of Tikal

Within the large architectural complex of Tikal -whose real name is Yax Mutul- there are places of singular beauty and unique aspects that not found anywhere else in the Maya universe. This is the case with the plaza of the seven temples, a place where the meaning of numbers and the importance of the...

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Chocobananos

During our childhood we could not miss eating a chocobanano, it’s so famous in the popular gastronomy of Guatemala that -in any shop, in any town- you cannot miss this it. The traditional recipe was frozen bananas, coated with melted chocolate; but now, the imagination of those who prepare this delight has exceeded limits...

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San Crispín y el Zapatero

On October 25th, San Crispín and San Crispiano are celebrated, brothers who dedicated themselves to evangelizing and at night -for their sustenance- they dedicated themselves to making shoes. That is why they have designated as a patron saint of shoemakers to St. Crispin. For people who are engaged in this profession, this date is...

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The Cobblestones of La Antigua

A characteristic of the colonial appearance of La Antigua is the cobblestones, as it is the way in which the Spanish Crown imposed for its public spaces as a measure of health and adornment. Thanks to these cobblestones, La Antigua is considered one of the first planned cities of America – because it was...

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Visit Jocotenango

As you go along Calle Ancha de los Herreros, towards the North – after 5 minutes weaving through all the cyclists and motorbikes – youll reach a small but unique town; interesting not only because of the people who live there, but for what they have achieved as well. Once you reach an irregular-shaped...

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