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Mano con Mano is involved in many important programs. Please read below and explore the links above to learn more about these exciting programs.
  • Vision Ministry-since 1997, MCM has been taking teams of medical professionals and lay volunteers to provide eye care for the poor. An outgrowth of this ministry is training for groups who would like to take their own vision team abroad. Visit the Vision and Training pages to learn more.
  • Dental Ministry-since 1995, MCM has been taking teams of dental professionals and lay volunteers to Mexico to provide care for the poor. Visit our Dental page to learn more.
  • Medical Ministry-since 1995, MCM has been taking teams of medical professionals and lay volunteers to provide care for the poor. In recent years, we have changed our focus to patient education, prevention, and equipping national professionals to provide ongoing care for patients in their host country. Visit our Medical page to learn more.
  • Nutrition Ministry-since 2005, MCM has been been involved in building a feeding center in the Mayan village of Yalu in Guatemala. The feeding center has been in operation for over a year and is making a significant impact in the lives of the villagers. Visit our Nutrition page to learn more and to see how you can be a part of this ministry.
  • Health Ministry-since 2002, MCM has been involved in health projects in Guatemala. Visit our Health page to learn more about MCM's involvement in Community, Prenatal and Environmental Health programs in Guatemala and to see how you can be part of this exciting ministy.
  • Educaton Ministry-since 2005, MCM has been involved in an Eduation program in Mayan villages in Guatemala. Visit our Education page to learn more.
  • Training Program- in order to fulfill MCM's mission to work in "Hand in Hand" with other organizations that share the desire to reach people with God's love through health care ministries, training manuals and health and safety information is available for through MCM for mission teams. Learn more on the Training page.
  • Sister Church Project(SCP) was developed in 1997 to provide pastoral support for the many patients who came to Christ as a result of medical and dental clinics. To learn more, visit the SCP page.

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