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.
We help cover transport and food expenses of postgraduate medical students in four universities in Venezuela.
We are fighting malnutrition in young children with a programme at two schools in Caracas and one in Sucre state for low-income families.
We have installed water filters in three main hospitals in the area of Caracas and would like to expand this kind of help to the rest of the country.
In partnership with the Venezuelan NGO, ALAPLAF, we are preventing unwanted pregnancies and maternal deaths empowering women to have control of their lives.
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
We covered the cost of an online programme form SOS Telemedicina that helps nurses become proficient in midwifery and neonatal care.
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 the shipments we send are verified against the original inventory once they arrive. We include a UK newspaper inside the boxes and it is then placed alongside a photograph of a Venezuelan newspaper to prove that the item has arrived in Venezuela.
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