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Guatemala Medical Mission - November 2017

Nov 12-18, 2017

This medical mission will treat over 900 patients in Guatemala City, Guatemala. The medical ...

 

International Samaritan’s annual medical and dental mission provides assistance to the under-served and poverty stricken families living in garbage dump communities.  During the course of a week medical professionals and volunteers provide free healthcare, medicine, and vision assessment for approximately 1,000 men, women, and children.

Who:  Everyone is welcome to volunteer.  No medical or dental experience is needed, but it is preferred.

Where:  Managua, Nicaragua and Guatemala City, Guatemala

Includes:  Airfare, transportation in Nicaragua or Guatemala, housing, translators, meals (except one at restaurant), trip to local market

The Medical Team will:

  • Provide medical attention to all ages suffering from easily treatable but serious illnesses
  • Administer medicine and vitamins to clinic patients
  • Collaborate with community leaders to provide medical care to impoverished families living near the garbage dump in greatest need
  • Educate local community in the prevention of common illnesses.
  • Work with local doctors to provide follow-up care for patients.

 

“Doctors and nurses…yours is not only a profession but a vocation — the vocation to be God’s love and compassion, God’s healing power to the suffering.”

-Mother Teresa

For more information please contact Mateusz Plaza at 734-222-0701 ext. 1007 or mateusz@intsam.org

 

 

 

Nicaragua Medical Mission Medication Fundraiser

One-time donations:
Amount Raised: $165
  • $6,000
    One-time Goal
  • $5,835
    One-time Still Needed
  • -52
    Days to Go

International Samaritan invites you to become part of our 2017 August Medical Mission to Nicaragua. For over a decade, International Samaritan has organized medical and dental missions to aid the severely ill and suffering families living near garbage dumps. The mission enables men, women, and children living in pain who would otherwise never see a doctor to receive necessary medical treatment.

This year International Samaritan aims to serve approximately 900 men, women, and children in the garbage dump community of Ciudad Sandino. Our doctors and other health care professionals and volunteers will be helping hundreds of patients each day, some of which will walk miles to seek aid. We will be serving students and their families at the Tangara and Nueva Vida medical clinics. The aid that our medical volunteers will provide is vital to the health of hundreds of families and their children.

In order to provide the best medical aid possible, we invite you to help raise funds for MEDICINES to bring to these families. Our worst fear is not having enough medicines and having to turn away those that are sick and suffering.

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