Four of Bolivia’s wealthiest provinces celebrated efforts to seek greater autonomy from the central government on Saturday.Read the Story
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La Paz, Dec 23 (Prensa Latina) The Bolivian government is prioritizing urgent attention to people affected by floods caused by "La Niña" climatologicRead the Story
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Two summers ago, clinic volunteers and American medical students Lisa Jager and Sara Medendorp were out of bed before sunrise and tracking blood sugars and blood pressures before 7:00 am. Lisa and Sara, who had just finished their first year of medical school, visited the rural villages of Arboleda, Buena Vista and Yapacani every other week to combat diabetes and hypertension, two extremely common health challenges in Bolivia. ... Read More
In 2005 two medical students, Lisa Jager and Sara Medendorp, developed a chronic care program. Explore the origins of this program through this documentary about the experience.
Dr. Mark Molitch instrumental in founding Centro Medico Humberto Parra, which serves rural villagers in Bolivia.
When Jason Oppenheimer was our clinic coordinator, he came up with an idea to promote reading for the kids of the local towns. He created a small library that kids could take books from. Here are the pictures of the process of the mural they painted.