Impact

Services

We bring together the efforts of communities, students, and local healthcare systems.

Medical

6,646+

Students

111,303+

Patients

103,693+

Medical Patients
Treated

7,610+

Community Members
Served

Dental

1,514+

Students

61,443+

Patients

1,942+

Fillings

35,111+

Cleanings

7,197+

Extractions

17,193+

Others

Veterinary

3,628+

Students

89,267+

Patients

16,283+

Spay/Neuters

39,627+

Small Animals

33,357+

Large Animals

Vida Volunteer
11,788

Total # of students

Vida Volunteer
262,013

Total # of patient

Partner Communities

We are committed to provide on-going care to our communities.

Costa Rica

12

Communities

4

Community Leaders

Nicaragua

20

Communities

4

Community Leaders

Guatemala

24

Communities

14

Community Leaders

Vida Volunteer
56

Partner Communities

Vida Volunteer
22

Community Leaders

We provide support to our partner communities through:

Education

Education is the key to prevention! We incorporate workshops and other educational activities to help increase health literacy in our partner communities.

Community projects

We are aware that a lot of the health issues we see in our clinics are sometimes a direct result of the families living conditions.  This why we also support local initiatives that benefit our communities such as clean water projects and the installation of eco-friendly wood stoves.

Free basic healthcare

We provide free medical, dental and veterinary care to rural communities who would otherwise not receive any attention. Thanks to our community work, we actively contribute with the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal #3: Good Health and Well-Being.

Empowerment through education

Our work model empowers and educates our partner communities with the goal of reducing inequalities and increasing health literacy in rural areas.

We currently intervene through three main fields of work: Medical, Dental and Veterinary, which are designed to deliver health care and promote healthier lifestyles, ensuring a long-lasting impact in the communities we visit.

Patients treated

9,870

Students

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