Archive For Anne Kraemer-Diaz

Guatemala Patients Dying in Racist Practice?

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Our organization and our medical director, Dr. Peter Rohloff, are featured in an article by Fern Remedi-Brown in the Guardian Liberty Voice. Guatemala’s health system is complex and fraught with inequity, and recent evidence shows that indigenous patients are dying unnecessarily – even being turned away as part of a…

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Success, Smiles, and a Saved Life

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Results that Matter,Results you can see! A beautiful success story! Impact is important yet difficult to measure, and it can be even more difficult to really see. We are thrilled to bring you Gustavo, a baby boy who is growing and thriving because of donors like you! In…

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Language Revitalization and Development Work

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Exciting New Publication from our team on Language Revitalization and Development Work! Listen to Kaqchikel Maya Spoken Here! An excerpt from the publication: The relationship between language revitalization and development work should now be obvious: the causes of language shift and endangerment are exactly the social, economic, and…

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That’s Why We are Here!

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Just now, as I walked out of the clinic in the Bocacosta to place more chairs for waiting patients, one of our long time patients, who suffered a horrible stroke, stopped me. She spoke to me in a soft voice…“Thank you all, so much for what you do….

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Planting Seeds to Grow Healthy Communities

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How is your green thumb? The Bocacosta women’s committee has green thumbs and has an amazing medical plant garden flourishing. The fertile, volcanic soil of the piedmont region along with lots of sun and amazing rain provides a wonderful foundation for agriculture. When construction was complete on the…

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