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Half of all children under five are chronically malnourished, the worst level of malnutrition in the Western Hemisphere. Guatemala has one of the most unequal income distributions in the hemisphere; an estimated 51% of people live in poverty and 13% live in extreme poverty.
Staying in school remains a major problem since only 4 in 10 children who start will finish primary school. Indigenous girls attend school, on average, for only three years.
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Such a one in a lifetime experience. If I could do this all day, every day I would. Changing lives one trip at a time. And don’t worry about being so far away from home, Tobie is great at what she does. Whether or need a hug or a lecture, she’ll be the “mom” you need. Highly recommend!
Most amazing and humbling experience of a lifetime.
If you want to have an adventure in a beautiful far away place where you grow in gratitude, grow and share your gifts, and help others grow; GO!!!!!!! – on a Guatemalan Humanitarian Tour.
I don’t know what in particular brought Brian’s change of attitude but I am very grateful for it. I feel closer to Brian than I have in a very long time. He carries more empathy with him than I have seen before. He is also more respectful and caring towards all of us than he was before the trip. Yay!
We saw (developing country) poverty and learned gratitude. We saw (developing country) hospitality and learned selflessness. Tobie planned the perfect array of experiences, and was very knowledgeable of our travels. I recommend her program to anyone with that hunger for learning and anyone with the fire to SEE something different!
This was an experience both my 16-year-old daughter and I had and we will never forget. We traveled this summer with Guatemalan Humanitarian Tours and it was powerful. What sets this opportunity apart from others is Tobie Spears and her connections. We were invited to eat in people’s homes, meet with NGO’s but also individuals in the communities who are volunteering their time to make things better for the kids in Guatemala. There is so much need and now I know its a reality because of this experience. I will be forever grateful we had the opportunity to do this at this time in our lives. It’s never too late to go for it and experience something new that will touch your heart and those you serve there.