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Over 90% of funds raised go directly to H4H Programs: Surgical Mission, Primary Care Jornada, and Public Health projects.  Medical teams will be in Antigua and El Peten, Guatemala, in November.

Health for Humanity added 7 new photos.

Week 3. We bid farewell to some friends and we greet new ones.
Welcome breakfast is followed by splitting into groups to discuss the upcoming week’s plans. See MoreSee Less

Week 3. We bid farewell to some friends and we greet new ones.
Welcome breakfast is followed by splitting into groups to discuss the upcoming weeks plans.

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Health for Humanity is with Elizabeth Rose and 9 others.

Team photo, week #2, 2017.
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Team photo, week #2, 2017.
#healthforhumanity #healthforhumanity2017 #antigua

Debbie Nathan, Michele Reynolds and 15 others like this

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Kallie ElizabethAmazing group of people! I’d love to come with you someday!

2 days ago

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Dorota MajakAmazing way to spread the❤️ love ❤️ and care 😬towards humanity ❤️

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Much Ado About Luck See MoreSee Less

Cheryl Davies, Carline Tough and 7 others like this

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Isabelle GuerinYou’re a wonderful woman Colleen! Keep your smile! Lots love 💗

3 days ago

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Dr. Grant Larsen, ladies and gentlemen. Radiologist.
Born Saskatchewan boy, now residing in Comox on Vancouver Island. Never a dull moment!
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Dr. Grant Larsen, ladies and gentlemen. Radiologist. 
Born Saskatchewan boy, now residing in Comox on Vancouver Island. Never a dull moment!

Cheryl Davies, Erin Collis and 20 others like this

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Nadya HussainHe’s the big brother to all 💖

4 days ago

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Debbie NathanHi Grant. Great photo.

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Jennifer BirdOlaaah!

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Thu Le❤️

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Hallways of Las Obras hospital. See MoreSee Less

Hallways of Las Obras hospital.

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Health for Humanity is with Karla Venegas Fuentes.

Our hardworking interpreter, Karla. And her pet otter. Karla is great, but the otter is a bit stuffy. See MoreSee Less

Our hardworking interpreter, Karla. And her pet otter. Karla is great, but the otter is a bit stuffy.

Health for Humanity is with Joe Delvicario.

It’s 5am in Antigua on a Saturday. Time to stuff an anesthesiologist into the trunk. See MoreSee Less

Its 5am in Antigua on a Saturday. Time to stuff an anesthesiologist into the trunk.

Carline Tough, Surendra Kaur and 18 others like this

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Stephan FuchsGreat to see the adventures in all their glory.

5 days ago   ·  1

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Angie WaldenPops! You told me never to drive in the back of a car!!! 😜 does this count as a chicken bus??? Thu Le Vera Sand

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