News

News about our clinics in Guatemala and Nicaragua, our volunteers and patients,
as well as stories from our project.

How Nursing Mothers in Nicaragua Live: The Story of…

Problems with lactation, lack of sleep, children’s illnesses are the problems nursing mothers from all over the world face. However, the women, who live in regions with limited resources, are having an especially hard time with it. We share a story of one of our patients for you to understandg how women from Chinandega, Nicaragua cope with those difficulties.

Portrait of the Patient: Timotheo

Timotheo is 45 years old. For the last 30 years, every morning he goes to work in the field, because vegetables and corn can’t grow themselves. What you grow is what you put on the table later. This is how most locals in our village live.  Every month, Timotheo and his family come to our…

How Do Our Volunteers Spend Their Week?

Take a virtual tour of our clinics in Guatemala and Nicaragua, and spend a day with our volunteers.  Mornings start at 6 or 7 am depending on the schedule for the day. Volunteers on breakfast duty get up earlier, while those responsible for washing the dishes have an opportunity to get some more sleep. For…

The Way We Help Women in Guatemala

The reality of life in Guatemala, as in many developing countries, is that many women are kept in the dark about reproductive health, family planning, and contraceptives. Both sex education and abortion are prohibited by law in Guatemala, and in the machismo culture, women’s rights in general can be severely restricted. In 2022, the Guatemalan…

World Wide Web: A Glance Into Health & Help…

While they write, translate, negotiate, teach, search for grants, and create strategies, we give shots, insert IVs, bandage, stitch, and cure. Together, we make this world a tiny bit better.

How we survived through quarantine

Hooray – we've survived! Guatemala has finally lifted quarantine restrictions: the borders have opened, buses are out on the streets again, and people are calmer and happier. However, it is too early to breathe a sigh of relief.

How we are fighting coronavirus

Everyone knows that a quarantine is the best way to prevent the virus from spreading. Nevertheless, there are patients with serious diseases that must be treated regardless of the quarantine, otherwise they risk dying before the epidemic even reaches them.

Guatemala has closed its borders

Guatemala has closed its borders to foreigners. This means there aren't new volunteers joining the project and no one is able to bring new medicines.

РЕКВИЗИТЫ КАРТЫ:
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РЕКВИЗИТЫ СЧЕТА:
Получатель: Валикова Ирина Владимировна
Счет: 40817810906004795329
Банк получателя: Уральский банк
ИНН банка получателя: 7707083893
КПП банка получателя: 027802001
БИК банка получателя: 048073601
Корреспондентский счет: 30101810300000000601