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Women’s Health Camp Guatemala

Humanity First USA (HFUSA) is in the process of selecting volunteers for the next mobile Women's Health Camp in the breathtakingly beautiful Guatemala. Our next Women's Health Camp is this summer from July 19-26, 2016! There will also be a fall Camp from November 9-17, 2016.

In 2015, we screened for cervical cancer/pelvic infections for more than 2,200 women over four camps. HFUSA also educated Guatemalan women on issues like women's nutrition, pelvic infections, pregnancy complications, domestic violence, mental health, and other relevant topics.

Medical background or knowledge of the Spanish language is a plus but absolutely not required. Remember, anyone can volunteer, and our camps are full of people with diverse professional backgrounds and skillsets. We’re looking for passionate, responsible, and caring individuals who want to make a positive difference and have an unforgettable life experience!

We stay in the picturesque UNESCO World Heritage town of Antigua. There is also time set aside each trip so that you can explore and sightsee.

Please contact womenshealth@humanityfirst.gt promptly for more information.

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