Yesterday, as part of our new project funded by the British Methodist Church to support migrant Venezuelan families in Colombia, we carried out a health brigade in Medellin in which 21 pregnant women received consultations and ultrasound examinations.
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Our project to improve the health of mothers and children in vulnerable communities undertook a number of activities in the past few weeks.
This included home visits to pregnant women and follow-up of children with acute respiratory infection problems, and medical attention in our clini
Providing critical communication to friends and family in Venezuela
Throughout the past few weeks, we have been working with Nethope to provide free Internet access to Venezuelan refugees at various hostels and points of assistance which are part of the Humanitarian Network between Cucu
Improving health of mothers and children in the most vulnerable communities in post-conflict Colombia
Thanks to the support of United Methodist Women, Methodist Women in Britain and Pollock Memorial Missionary Trust we were able to launch a p
Thanks to the support of United Methodist Women, Methodist Women in Britain and Pollock Memorial Missionary Trust we were able to expand our community health work.
Diana Ulloque, leader of the project "Construyamos ciudad" within our church in Cartagena, has been chosen to take part in the World Econonic Forum's "Global Shapers" initiative.
In a response to the humanitarian crisis caused by unprecedented migration from Venezuela we have been able to launch our project in Bucaramanga.
Over the past two days, we have celebrated the graduation of 62 students from the first phase of our livelihoods project in La Isla, Sampues and Pueblecito, Palmito.
Our friends in Cincinnati, Ohio have again supported us enormously by holding a second 5k run to raise funds for the IPS Clinton Rabb clinic in Brisas del Mar.