Can you imagine your child or grandchild having a medical problem but having no medical help available? That is the situation for many of the poor people in Honduras. I see it often. Many times I do what I can using home therapy or over-the-counter medicine I carry with me. But, that is only a drop in the bucket. The need is great.  That has prompted me to do something about it.

We have opened a real medical clinic. It is small and therefore we are calling it a min-clinic, but with time, it will grow and serve as a model for more clinics. Will you provide some of the seed investment?

The clinic includes three much needed components.

  • There is a nurse’s station for those who have medical needs that can be met by a nurse practitioner.
  • There is a doctor’s office with exam table, etc. Here the doctor can treat the ill, do minor surgery, and treat wounds and injuries needing more attention than can be provided by the nurse.
  • There is a medical lab where testing can be done to provide information for the doctor and nurse.

Together, these three medical services result in many people being served who otherwise would have suffered. In addition, having them under the same roof is especially beneficial to the poor who often have no transportation. It is also unusual because in Honduras most labs are totally separate from doctors’ and nurses’ office. Sometimes very far away.

This is a model we will be able to duplicate in various areas of need. Because it will be in rental property, it will be low cost to begin and portable if the need is greater in another area of town.

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The two greatest medical needs in Honduras are the treatment of infections of parasites and urinary track infections. For only $10 you can provide medical care, lab work and medicines to cure a person with either of these infections. Without these infections, they will live a more productive life. This is one way to help the poor to help themselves. 

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  • Camilla, a student Art for Humanity supported so she could go to high school and then to university and finally to graduate from medical lab school, will manage the facility.
  • The staff are Honduran.
  • Volunteers from the States will be appreciated and welcomed.
  • Those needing medical services but unable to pay will be treated freely.
  • Those able to pay, will pay and thereby help cover the expenses of the clinic.

You can feel good knowing you are helping people in need.

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Equipment needed and approximate cost

Chemistry  analyzer                   $8000

Blood analyzer                            $7000

Emergency generator                $1200

Microscope   4x10x 40x 100x     $1000

Incubator                                       $1000

Autoclave oven                               $500

Centrifuge                                       $450

Exam tables  (3)                             $400 each

Baby scales                                    $400

Agitator for test tubes                    $300

Otoscopes (2)                                $200 each

Stethoscopes (2)                           $200 each

Blood pressure testers (2)            $100 each

Medicine for 10 people                        $50

Please support this project with your gift today.

For only $10 you can provide treatment for someone with serious infections.

If you are interested in helping people in need, this is a place where a small investment will yield large results. You will feel good knowing you are helping people in need.

This is a brief video of Janet, a pastor and nurse, who has visited Honduras with us several times.

Because Honduras has one of the highest child mortality rates in the western hemisphere, please join us in supporting this project.

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