National Geographic : 2017 Sep
story title 79 Near Antigua Guatemala, eight-month-old Pablito (above) keeps an eye on breakfast as his mother, Angélica Epatal García, tends the makeshift barrel stove. She and her daughters walk 45 minutes each way to collect the wood for three daily fires. Two years ago Kimberly Galindo (below) was severely burned by her family’s open cooking fire. Now 10, she is still undergoing cosmetic surgery for the scars, as well as physical therapy.