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What Makes Esperanҫa Different?

What Makes Esperanҫa Different?

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

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To our Friends in Mozambique…Life Beyond HIV is Possible

To our Friends in Mozambique…Life Beyond HIV is Possible

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

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Drs. Feuerstein and Hartmann Reflect on a Successful Mission

Drs. Feuerstein and Hartmann Reflect on a Successful Mission

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

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To Do: Survivie

To Do: Survivie

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.
To Do:

Survive

Forget about planning ahead … forget about dreaming … Just get through the day alive.
The climate is

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We Believe in Human Rights

We are working every day to ensure everyone has the right to a good life.
On December 10th, 1948, the UN adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This document describes 30 fundamental rights that people are entitled to, no matter your age, race, nationality, gender, or sexuality.
Here at

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This Thanksgiving, a Whole New Kind of Blessing.

This Thanksgiving, a Whole New Kind of Blessing.

“Plenty.”
You and I have “plenty.” We have much.
If I start feeling sick, I go to the medicine cabinet in my bathroom. If I don’t find what I need, I
drive to the pharmacy. If it’s something a little more serious, I can visit my doctor. If my doctor

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