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Maria Gives Us Courage and Heart

  • September 3, 2020

María José Rojas is someone who reminds us that there's always a way to help others. The only thing required is the desire to serve – and personal will. Two years ago, while she was still a psychology student, Maria came…

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Honoring Our Own

  • July 8, 2020

Dr. Nubia Huete is serving her mission in life By Yolanda Paredes-Gaitan In Nicaragua, the government continues to deny the magnitude of the pandemic, informing public health care facilities not to use PPE. They consider that personal protection such as masks…

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It’s Smiles Like This … 😍😍😍

  • February 20, 2020

The Clinica Verde team treats patients like family María Pérez Amador has been bringing her family to Clinica Verde for care for the past 5 years – and she doesn't plan on stopping. Originally from the rural community of El Tule Central,…

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To Be a “Light of Hope” in the World

  • August 22, 2019

In 2012 Clinica Verde opened its doors to serve the rural poor in Boaco, Nicaragua and in 2013 we hired David to be our first Administrator – a critical support role for our Director and General Manager. David is often the first…

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Why I Support Clinica Verde …

  • April 28, 2017

  "I support Clinica Verde because I have seen firsthand the high-quality care that is offered to such an under-served population.  Families who seek help at Clinica Verde experience what many other health centers in the area simply cannot offer:…

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Ownership, Medicine and Trust at Clinica Verde

  • July 5, 2016

By Daniel Olivieri “The real question now,” an old Cuban doctor told me, “is looking at what happens when it [universal healthcare] doesn’t work.” We had just completed 15 interviews in Habana Vieja, when I decided I wanted to work in…

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What We’re Doing About Zika

  • July 5, 2016

Zika is on everyone's minds these days as the virus spreads throughout Latin America and the Pacific Islands (with over 900 travel-related cases in the U.S.). By the end of May more than 200 cases of Zika were registered in Nicaragua.…

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