We are fighting malnutrition in young children with a programme in a low income are in Caracas and one village in Sucre state.
Improving medical infrastructure is one of the most cost-effective ways to help Venezuelans. To date, tens of thousands of people have benefited from our infrastructure programme.
Junior doctors are at the forefront of medical care in state hospitals. Healing Venezuela is supporting 130 junior doctors with a monthly scholarship
In Venezuela, basic medical supplies are scarce. This is why since the beginning of our operations we have sent vital material to hospitals and health-related NGOs.
In collaboration with Fundación Vida we sponsor high-spec cancer and HIV tests for low-income patients.
We sponsor insulin treatment, glucometers and strips for children from low-income families with type 1 diabetes
We support medical campaigns in remote areas of the country where medical assistance is inadequate such as rural areas and shantytowns near main cities
Our partners on the ground are vetted with a set of criteria to ensure transparency and commitment. We ask our beneficiaries to sign an agreement to guarantee that the material we donate will be used by medical professionals and we request reports of how our donations have been used. The shipments we send are verified against the original inventory once they arrive. When we ship from the UK, we include a local newspaper inside the boxes and we ask our beneficiaries to take a photograph alongside a Venezuelan newspaper to prove that the item has arrived in Venezuela.
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