It is hard to comprehend how a country so rich in farm  land and prolific in fruit production could be home to so  many hungry children. According to the World Food  Program, about 49% of the children in Guatemala suffer  from malnutrition, the fourth highest malnutrition rate in  the world. The majority of these live in rural indigenous  villages with little or no access to humanitarian aid.  Childhood malnutrition causes inadequate brain and organ development resulting in a lifetime of health problems  including heart and kidney disease, diabetes,and stunted  growth. Frequently, malnutrition is exacerbated by  parasites and intestinal diseases that go untreated. Hope for Tomorrow works with churches, schools, and  other missionaries to bring food and nutritional  supplements to children and families in remote villages.   This is Ceylin. At 18 months old she was found suffering  from severe malnutrition. Her mother had just given birth  to another baby and could no longer nurse Ceylin. The  family was too poor to feed her. Hope for Tomorrow immediately sought medical  assistance and nutritional supplements. Several months  later Ceylin was putting on weight and beginning to  thrive. There are many more children like Ceylin that  need to be reached. Then Jesus declared, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty. John 6:35