We are delighted to start 2018 with great news as two of our partners have received the shipments we sent:
Guerreros Azules: an NGO that helps improve the lives of under privileged children suffering with type 1 diabetes received a shipment of glucose meters. This was possible thanks to all of those who came and supported us and Programa Ayuda Humanitaria para Venezuela at the Christmas Bazar.
ALAPLAF: another NGO that helps prevent teen pregnancies, a huge problem in Venezuela received a box full of contraceptive coils. This is the most cost effective way to prevent unwanted pregnancies and they were donated to us by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
Our masks haven been received by the surgical department at the Dr. Francisco Torrealba in the Guárico state.
Thanks to the donation of our friend Roddy Rodríguez and the Gracithan community in Europe the equipment will benefit the community through the San José medical service.
The newly repaired equipment will benefit hundreds of people at the Bolívar state
We continue delivering much needed PPE to Venezuelan hospitals
Medical supplies distributed at the “Complejo Universitario Ruiz y Páez” in Ciudad Bolívar
Under severe restricting measures, our partners in Barquisimeto have reopened theirs doors
We keep on making a difference through our residents programme
500 PPE kits and 200 Face shields distributed across the country.
Healing Venezuela's new water plant recently installed at the "Materno Infantil de Caricuao" hospital
60 children now take part on our food programme at La Vega, Caracas.
Take a look are the impressive results of our stress management program 2019.Improving the quality of life of Venezuelans continues to be one of our mai
Our stress management programs continue to offer a healthier way to approach everyday life and its difficulties
We are happy to report that our shipments, from glucose test strips to menstrual cups, continue to help Venezuelans in many parts of the country
Our resident's program is making a difference in the lives of young Venezuelan medical students. The support we provide will allow them to finish their studies
In December we gave a small gift to a great hospital: a water treatment plant to the Dietary and Nutrition Department of the J.M. De Los Rios Children's Hospital in Caracas
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