A health clinic in the area for the Lake Atitlan COOP community.

Community Aid - COOP Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

In 2009 we spent $6,326 for meals, clinical needs and school supplies.
In 2008, we spent $57,000 building a new school for the community.
In 2007, we spent approximately $20,000 on organic fertilizer from our worm organic composting program, and started a bio-gas project on this farm.

The area where this school is located is covered by the government's health system. However, complimentary health services have been offered, such as dental assistance. By March 2009 over 800 locals were helped completely free of charge.

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