Some of Guatemala’s most destitute neighborhoods in the Diocese of Santa Rosa de Lima now see hope, and their faith in God has been confirmed.
Exploring the history of the Church in Guatemala and how Catholic formation provides a firm foundation on which families can build the rest of their lives.
Carlos operates an emergency nutrition and rescue center for severely malnourished children in Guatemala. Over the years he has witnessed many testimonies of miraculous healing and victory — but he has also opened himself to agonizing heartbreak.
This is the second in our series of blogs where we address general poverty in Latin American countries. Before we commented on Nicaragua; now we will share insights on Guatemala, which has some similarities to Nicaragua, but also some very distinct differences.
Addressing Chronic Childhood Malnourishment in Guatemala Guatemala is Central America’s most populous country. It suffers from some of the worst rates of chronic childhood malnutrition in the region. Even though it has one of the region’s most robust economies, more than half of all Guatemalans are living below the poverty line. The statistics for children […]
Hunger in Guatemala — Causes, Effects & Solutions Vulnerable children in Guatemala are fighting for their lives. An estimated of children in Guatemala under five years old have stunted growth due to chronic hunger. Some of them, such as little Esmeralda, were abandoned by their parents and receive nutrition from Catholic feeding centers. Sadly, in […]