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The Positive Impact of the Veterinary Volunteers

I got to attend a veterinary trip in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Before the trip, I really didn’t know the type of work veterinarians did. Of course I knew that they worked with animals, but I hadn’t the slightest clue as to what medical procedures and proceedings they were in charge of. After speaking with some of the doctors and volunteers, I saw just how helpful their services were to the community we were in.  Click here for read more...

Public Health as the essence of Social Justice

Public Health consists of all organized measures that are intended to prevent disease, promote health, and prolong life among the population.  Click here for read more...

Vida Volunteer will continue working towards keeping Sondra Elizondo´s legacy alive.

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Sondra Elizondo Biography



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Vida Volunteer mourns the loss of Sondra Elizondo

December 9th, 2015. - We are heartbroken to share the news that Vida’s co-founder and Executive Director, Sondra Elizondo, suffered a tragic death during one of her regular visits to Costa Rica. She was 46 yrs old. Click here for read more...

Just Keep Learning!

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When you can´t let it go!

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International Veterinary Training Center Opening

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