A Commencement Address by Diana Soto
So, what does it mean to be a nurse?
This is the question that I have been asking myself lately. I have often wondered to myself after all this training if I really know what it means to be a nurse. This thought
Your support is saving the lives of Bolivian women from uterine cancer Marta lives in San Salvador, Bolivia. She has four adult children who are the most important treasures in her life and is a seamstress, making clothing from home. Marta has heard stories of women who have died from
A piece from Esperanҫa’s CEO, Jeri Royce
A recent NPR article entitled “Advice to Parachuting Docs: Think Before You Jump Into Poor Countries” talks about using caution when providing medical support in less developed and poor countries. Typical mistakes made by the “Parachuting Doc” include performing surgeries in areas where
It might seem like a death sentence — being diagnosed with HIV.
In Mozambique, 1 in 10 individuals are HIV-positive — but many hide it. Many cannot afford
treatment, and others refuse it because they’re afraid of being stigmatized.
But now, we have a way to embrace them … heal
Changing perspectives: Dover doctors provide surgeries in Nicaragua
Apr 14th, 2018 · by Mike Finney · Delaware State News
Dr. Brandt Feuerstein (left) embarked on his second trip to provide surgeries for the less fortunate in Nicaragua in March. He was joined by a medical team of six others from
What’s on your “To Do” list?
Maybe it’s long.
But, if you lived in the harsh highlands of Peru, your “To Do” list might be much shorter.
Forget about planning ahead … forget about dreaming … Just get through the day alive.
The climate is
You’ve seen it a million times … The boy holds out the little box, the girl looks inside — and then there’s that dazzling smile! It’s love! It’s yet another Valentine’s Day commercial!
But that fabulous smile … those perfect teeth … are a fantasy for so many. Their teeth
Together, we’re bringing help to troubled high school students
Rolando is a 12-year old boy, one of six children raised by his mother, as his father left the family more than a year ago. In his first year of high school, Rolando was able to participate in a project
How you’re bringing health issues before congress and the world
It’s been a fruitful 2017 for Esperança’s Phoenix Program Director Maria Valenzuela and her team. Recently, Maria spoke at the Fourth Global Forum on Human Resources for Health in Dublin, Ireland. Organized by the World Health Organization, the forum
How your support is bringing hope to mothers and children across PeruBy Mark Austerlitz, M.D.
Many of you are aware of my medical mission last year to Abancay, Peru, with Dr. Ray Sachs and the rest of our team, where we identified what we felt was a neglected area