Donation Supports New health Clinic In Honduras

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By Kaitlyn Nuebel

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Honduras, the country’s weak healthcare system struggled to keep up with the influx of patients. Overwhelmed by the virus, medical professionals lacked time and resources to treat patients with other illnesses.  

Asociacion La Perla (ALP), a non-profit organization that focuses on improving education, healthcare and food security on the ground in Honduras, has spent the last couple of years constructing a health clinic to mitigate the country’s lack of healthcare resources. A recent shipment of medical supplies from Brother’s Brother Foundation provided ALP with an assortment of thermometers, digital blood pressure monitors and walkers needed to open the new clinic. Once complete, the clinic, located in El Progreso, will include consultation rooms, exam beds, a pharmacy, a laboratory, a dental chair, a preventative clinic and a waiting room. BBF is proud to support ALP as they expand access to basic healthcare in Honduras.

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By Kaitlyn Nuebel

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Honduras, the country’s weak healthcare system struggled to keep up with the influx of patients. Overwhelmed by the virus, medical professionals lacked time and resources to treat patients with other illnesses.  

Asociacion La Perla (ALP), a non-profit organization that focuses on improving education, healthcare and food security on the ground in Honduras, has spent the last couple of years constructing a health clinic to mitigate the country’s lack of healthcare resources. A recent shipment of medical supplies from Brother’s Brother Foundation provided ALP with an assortment of thermometers, digital blood pressure monitors and walkers needed to open the new clinic. Once complete, the clinic, located in El Progreso, will include consultation rooms, exam beds, a pharmacy, a laboratory, a dental chair, a preventative clinic and a waiting room. BBF is proud to support ALP as they expand access to basic healthcare in Honduras.

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