In a makeshift exam room in a remote little schoolhouse in Nicaragua, boys and girls, moms and dads, grandpas and grandmas came for checkups. Some needed blood pressure medication, others needed vitamins, and still others needed antibiotics for ear infections.
A small rough road or a footbridge are the only ways to get to this village. It’s not a place the Nicaraguan health system reaches, and few medical resources are available to these needy Mayangna Indian people.
These Indians live in villages along the Nicaragua/Honduras border and have their own territorial government. They were thankful for the medical team that brought free medicines from CAM.
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