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Hello everyone! Today I thought I would share with you my experience on a medical mission trip I recently went on. A bunch of university students including myself traveled to Honduras where we would assist with Doctors and setup free mobile clinics. I find myself as a Canadian often taking for granted such a simple thing as health care (and free health care at that), something that may seem like a given to us is a complete luxury to others. If any of you have an opportunity to do any kind of service in your life (trip or not) I would highly recommend it. Although I went to Honduras excited to help make a sustainable effort towards improved care, I did not expect for the beautiful people of honduras to impact me as much as they did. I am forever grateful for the lessons I learned, the peopl...
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An informational video illustrating the success of this humanitarian project and the effectiveness of private volunteerism. This project serves the small farmers who grow coffee, pineapple and sugar cane in the mountains of Central Honduras. The building is available for Educational, Medical and Religious organizations wishing to improve the social and medical well being of the area residents. For more information, contact www.row.org
This past May I was able to spend two weeks visiting Honduras and Guatemala through a service-learning trip partnered with the University of Houston Honors College and Houston Shoulder to Shoulder. While I wasn't able to capture EVERYTHING, these are a few clips that I managed to get! Stay tuned for Part II! //SOCIAL MEDIA Snapchat: crystal_chizoba Instagram: @crystalchizoba_ Twitter: @crystalchizoba Business Email: ChizobaBusiness@gmail.com ///MUSIC USED (in order) 1. Quicky (Cover) - Ady Suleiman 2. The War - Josh Record
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A video from our trip to Honduras
Providers at Williamson Medical Center and employees reflect on a recent surgical mission trip to Honduras. They explain what they learned and what stuck with them. An international trip can often be considered a time of major relaxation for people. A chance to visit famous landmarks or new climates. For more than a dozen local medical providers, though, a recent trip out of the country had a higher purpose. The team of 14, most of them representing Williamson Medical Center, spent the better part of a week clearing a backlog of surgeries for more than 50 people in Central America—many of them children. The location was Gracias, Honduras, a small, mountainous city on the western side of the country. The local hospital serves a large number of people from the city’s surrounding rural par...
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