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News from clinics in Guatemala and Nicaragua and inspiring stories from our volunteers and donors.

Health & Help Clinic’s Birthday in Guatemala | 7…

This year, Health & Help’s Guatemalan clinic celebrated its 7th anniversary with two events: one at the clinic with the local community, and another in the city with our staff and supporters. At the clinic, we bonded with community members through games, crafts, and the traditional Argentine drink, mate. Our new country director, Leonor, also…

A Lifeline in the Heart of Forgotten Villages: Health…

In the remote Nicaraguan village of La Salvia, a young couple found themselves facing a parent’s worst nightmare. Their two-month-old baby, Jose, struggled with a severe lung infection that triggered a bronchospasm, causing him to stop breathing. The swift and skillful intervention of our dedicated doctors at our Health & Help clinic not only saved…

Board of Directors

Explore the stories of the dedicated Board of Directors who lead Health & Help in our mission to provide essential medical assistance in remote locations.

How hunger leads to obesity and diabetes

Understanding the intricate relationship between hunger, obesity, and diabetes is crucial in understanding the global health crisis that it brings. Let’s dive into the Hunger-Obesity-Diabetes cycle and how it can be broken👇

Patients story from Nicaragua

In the heart of Nicaragua, our clinic stands as a beacon of hope, providing more than just medical care. It has evolved into a cherished cornerstone of the community, offering accessible and compassionate support to those who call it home. And the testimonials from our valued patients vividly illustrate the profound influence we have had in the lives of the villagers.

Help your children thrive with the help of WHO…

At Health & Help, we’re dedicated to helping kids stay healthy and ensuring a bright future for them. That’s why we’re excited to share the important guidelines for children’s nutrition and physical activity from the World Health Organization (WHO) that we use in our efforts.

Ophthalmological jornada

Unfortunately, we don’t have ophthalmologists on our team, so this year we have been lucky to collaborate with Dr. Rudy Ortiz and Dr. Pamela Guzmán – ophthalmologists specializing in surgical and anterior eye segment subspecialties.

How Volunteering Helps Your Career

Volunteering can bring numerous benefits to your career, let’s take a look at some of the benefits which will help to kick-start or grow your career development.