News

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

Meet New Health & Help Ambassador

This is the face of an Everyday Hero: Health & Help Ambassador Bernadita Buffoni Tardella. She’s an ordinary person doing extraordinary things whose sole superpower is her commitment to affect positive change – right here, right now.  When Bernadita was a 15-year-old watching “House” and “Grey’s Anatomy” she knew she had found her mission: helping…

What We’ve Done in Guatemala and Nicaragua So Far

Our clinic in Guatemala turned 5 years old this year, and the clinic in Nicaragua opened over two years ago. What do we have to show for it? In this time, we’ve treated thousands of patients, upgraded the clinics, and expanded our team. Keep reading to learn more about the work we’ve accomplished.  Just in…

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.