Why we walk? So communities can have clean water, health care, improved education, income opportunities, etc. All of this is done by the community members themselves – they learn the skills needed to improve their communities, not someone coming in and doing it for them. Living in Guatemala and Colombia for 3 years, Teri had the opportunity to experience this amazing work. Facing civil wars, continuous violence, and extreme poverty, her friends and coworkers actively make positive changes in their communities. Each week, Eva provides over 30 health consults, performing basic surgeries, treating malaria, diabetes care, and more. Antonio trains others to build rain collection systems in towns that have no access to water. Concern America is able to do this amazing work because of the folks in the field AND because of people like you, who make it happen!