BY Lucia Bruzzi
We were all working together, as a community. During our 10 days there, the kids and their well being was the center of our world and we were theirs. There was a common appreciation and love filling the clinic and everything around us. It’s true these children are happy, but is the world around them that isn’t.
During our stay in Guatemala, not only we rebuilt the clinic, but we also brought a Telemedicine device to test with the hope to, later on, leave it there permanently. Telemedicine such as the one that we tested at Casa Guatemala can be an essential resource of survival. This is because, since the nearest hospital is two days away, telemedicine has the power to save money, time and a long exhausting and most of the times unnecessary trip to the Hospital just by connecting the clinic and doctors through this revolutionary device.
Check out the videos to learn more about our project in Guatemala.