According to The World Health Organization, 20% of the population in Guatemala lacks regular access to health  services, and the quality and effectiveness of public services are limited. A full range of services is available in most  private hospitals in Guatemala City, but rural areas offer little or nothing. Lack of available services - paired with  widespread malnutrition, limited access to clean water, and poor sanitation - results in a high rate of mortality and  complications from easily treated diseases and infections.   Hope for Tomorrow regularly brings in medical mission teams and works with local doctors and medical  providers to minister to rural communities. The addition of the medical clinic in Teculutàn brings new opportunity to  partner with local providers to offer ongoing health services to the community.  Matthew 10:8 Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give.