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Mano de Leon is a small village of population of 90 outside of Antigua, Guatemala. <br />
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Although it is only 3 miles from the nearest town, with its elevation of 6,600 feet the village is out of reach of public transportation and rarely known to outsiders. Mano de Leon whose most residents work in the coffee field and local farm nearby, has been severely lacking of running water, lights and teachers. In response to village's situation, Non-Profit Organization located in Antigua, Integral Heart Foundation, has been providing a help for its development.