Guatemala Trip 2017
We were fortunate to return to Guatemala on the Shepherd of the Hills Church Guatemala trip. Other groups focused on maintaining clean water purification systems, working at and spending time with the students and staff at the Hogar Miguel Magone and Escuela San Bartolome. These photos are primarily from the lay midwife training program, which is supported by the Nancy and Hilary Guatemala Health and Education Foundation.
Pediatric resident physician Dr. Ben Silva co-taught the program.
Preparing for the simulated delivery.
First step, wash your hands!
About to begin our class to nursing students at Clinica Salvatore in Palin, Guatemala
Lots of practice.
Hard working family.
Going for realism during the simulated delivery!
Corn leaves to feed livestock.
Nursing students after hard work and lots of learning and practice.
Beautiful Carmelite Convent
The students love their computer class!
Our Helping Babies Breathe and water teams with Clinica Salvatore staff and founder Dr. Eric Estrada.
Unlocking Silent Stories joined us to produce a couple of short films from our trip.
Filling the mannequins before class.
The ASECSA Helping Babies Breathe program.
The computer lab installed last year at Escuela San Bartolome has been a huge success!
Super tasty stew. Thanks Berta!
Everyone helping out with the simulations.
Banner of the ASECSA chapter from Santa María Ixhuatán: Supporting the improvement of integral health conditions en the communities of Santa María Ixhuatán.
Group lunch at the Escuela San Bartolome after the wonderful show.
On the wall of the Carmelite Convent. I am consumed with zeal for the glory of God.
Unlocking Silent Histories recording some interviews.
Our ASECSA Guatemala graduates.
No childcare, no problem. Still here to learn!
What a treat for the teachers to present this for us!
Special needs class at Escuela San Bartolome.
Two serious school board members (also interviewing in video on “Current Projects” page).
The Madre and Hermana Sonia. (Mother Superior “Madre” and Sister Sonia)
For health, life and peace. Association of Community Health Services
After I asked them why we’re always laughing together until I get out the camera.
Our HBB team minus Miranda, plus ASECSA national HQ leader Lety Cortez.
Love this painting. “Step by Step Towards Good Living”
ASECSA Guatemala National Headquarters
A farmer and a wolf.