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Ambassador Bushnell Visits a Nutrition Center



Ambassador Prudence Bushnell talks with a mother in San Juan Cotzal, Quiche department (province) about the assistance local children receive from a nutrition center operated by the Q'esalenam Community Development Organizations Association.
Ambassador Prudence Bushnell talks with a mother in San Juan Cotzal, Quiche department (province) about the assistance local children receive from a nutrition center operated by the Q'esalenam Community Development Organizations Association. The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) sponsors maternal-child health activities carried out through the center. Ambassador Bushnell set supplemental USAID nutrition aid into motion with a disaster declaration in August 2001 recognizing a dramatic increase in acute child malnutrition in several areas of Guatemala. (Photo courtesy of Embassy Guatemala City, February 14, 2002.)


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