On August 9th, 2015, the UH GMB Chapter set flight to Honduras for our very first ever brigade. Our 17 volunteers, in partnership with Middle Tennessee State University, helped over 1100 patients in 3 days to receive medical attention in 4 communities in rural Honduras. Our volunteers also helped build sanitary stations and concrete floors for 3 families.
We visited a local orphanage and played with local kids, as well as teaching them about oral hygiene.
We helped local doctors in providing medical care to over 1100 patients.
As part of the joint Public Health-Medical brigade, our volunteers helped build sanitary stations and concrete floors for 3 families.