A woman holds a portrait of her family during a journey of DNA extraction to find people kidnapped by the Guatemalan army. Coban, Guatemala, 2012.
A man participates in the burial of victims disappeared by the Guatemalan army and identified with the DNA test in the village of Rabinal, Guatemala, 2013.
The Guatemalan civil war (1960-1996) left 250,000 dead and 45,000 people disappeared. The majority of these cases are attributed to the Guatemalan army. The Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation maintains a permanent campaign to identify those victims and deliver them to their relatives. A survivor of the Rio Negro massacre (1982) remains in the village that once flourished on the banks of the Chixoy River in Baja Verapaz, Guatemala, 2013.