Martha Munocito Coban, Alta Verapaz Martha Munocito, Volunteer, Guatemala Martha Munocito’s stories Guatemala: “No quiere su tacita de café?” Today, in the very early morning after I finished my daily run here in Guatemala for the final time, I took a journey to visit some of the sites where I'd built friendship bridges over my year of work here. Guatemala: "Broadcasting" important health and nutrition news in rural Guatemala Each time I showed up to small and faraway communities where the heat was unbearable, where there was no electricity to turn on a light bulb, where there was no wind to ease the heat in the air — and where the field workers were parking their motorcycles and placing their gear on the dried grass Guatemala: Molding more than corn — molding nutrition One of Guatemala's main staple foods is corn — in fact, Guatemalans sometimes even refer to themselves as “corn people.” One of the traditional ways to consume corn here is in the form of tortillas. Guatemala: Guess who's cooking tonight in Guatemala? “Bienvenidos. "Loq ` le k`ulumnik. Welcome” to PROCOMIDA's final male recipe competition! Guatemala: The different sparks of a cooking recipe Part of the health and nutrition strengthening strategies used by Mercy Corps' PROCOMIDA program with Guatemalan communities consists of recipe demonstrations to beneficiary mothers. Guatemala: Traveling the roads of resilient children I recently went to visit the communities of Yalchactic I and Salvador Chizol, near the city of Cobán in Guatemala's mountainous Alta Verapaz region. A large portion of the access roads to these communities are in very bad shape.