Cape Cod Helps Honduras
In Honduras, there are a lot of very skilled and well-educated practitioners,” said Jennifer Smith of Community Health Partnership-Honduras, which spun off from Cape CARES about five years ago.
But there is little paid work for the doctors and nurses in the countryside and even in the capital of Tegucigalpa, where the public hospital does not have running water, said Smith, a South Dennis resident.
Two young girls are taking steps towards a better, healthier future with the help of Levine Children’s Hospital and Atrium Health Services and One World Surgery.
When an infection threatened this 6-year-old’s life, our volunteers and Americares teamed up to provided critical treatment.
We need your support to provide safe, reliable housing for CHP-H’s volunteers, as well as for other NGOs working in the region.
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Dr Joseph Young has shared letters written by students in Honduras with Hawley Elementary School students, who originally wrote letters for the Honduran students last school year.
Miriam Avila teaches at Lempira. She holds a stack of elaborately decorated letters — the replies her students will be sending back with the brigade to kids in Newtown.
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