Videos Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011 Board President Brent Henderson looks back on our first 15 years and shares the secret to our sustainability and success. Find out what inspired Kara Andrade to join our Board of Directors and why she remains committed. Executive Director Anne Kraemer reflects on our upcoming 15th Anniversary. As part of our Junamilal (Equity) Campaign for Guatemala's Bicentennial, Emily López, our Awards and Partnerships Manager, shares her perspectives on our work closing gaps in health in rural Guatemala. Executive Director Anne Kraemer provides an update on the Covid situation in Guatemala. Counts of new cases reached an all-time high in early September 2021. A double hip replacement that at first seemed out of reach has transformed the life of a high school teacher. Nutrition specialist Irma Soto shares her experiences in the field during COVID. Find out what inspired Chris Davies to join our Board of Directors. Daniel De Leon shares the story of his family's long relationship with Maya Health | Wuqu 'Kawoq. Our medical director, Dr. Waleska Canu, considers what we have learned in our response to the COVID pandemic. Long time Wuqu 'Kawoq | Maya Health physician Pablo Garcia offers his thoughts on what makes Maya Health special. Thanksgiving wishes and an update from Executive Director Anne Kraemer. Maternal Health Care Navigator Cecia Chonay describes our mobile health program in the time of COVID. A thank you and COVID update from Executive Director Anne Kraemer. Dr. Andrea García shares her experiences with women's health and our Health for Life program during COVID-19. Eva, nurse and manager, offers perspectives on patient care and telemedicine in rural Guatemala during the coronavirus pandemic. Our nurses prepare to visit patients and deliver medications during the pandemic. Board Chair Brent Henderson talks about the power of providing health care in Mayan languages. Dr. Peter Cooch describes how our innovative approaches and research can benefit global health. Providing care in Mayan languages promotes understanding, trust, and ultimately better health for indigenous peoples living in rural Guatemala. We leverage existing resources and equip local healthcare workers to provide high-quality care in rural Guatemala. Find out how our Family Centered Nutrition program is helping to reduce chronic malnutrition. Learn how people living with diabetes in rural Guatemala manage their condition. Visit our Vimeo page to watch more videos!