These medical teams had the participation of 29 US doctors and the great support of Lufussa volunteers.
A total of 683 residents in the communities of Central and Guanacastillo Pavana received attention from American doctors who are members of the brigades and psychological health of the Mercer School of Medicine of the State of Georgia, United States.
These medical teams were managed through Honduras Outreach (HOI), an American organization dedicated to spreading the Christian faith through the execution of works of humanitarian aid. Based in Honduras it is located in the municipality of San Esteban, Olancho.
In the south of the country this institution has for several years a strategic alliance with Lufussa, Luz y Fuerza Group (GLF), which together perform medical brigades and other social outreach activities for the benefit of the people of several communities at the south of the country.
The first favored community was Guanacastillo, on May 23 and 24 as well, serving 180 patients during the first day and 122 the second day, making a total of 302 patients treated those two days. The third and fourth day medical brigade took place in the community of Pavana center, meeting for two days a total of 302 more patients. In addition it was provided medical care to 79 Lufussa partners, having finally 683 people favored.
This brigade was attended by 29 US doctors and support of Lufussa volunteers.
All these actions Lufussa promoted are achieved thanks to the commitment of the Kafie family and a volunteer committed employees working to further promote business insight keeping with the environment and the communities in which it operates, seeking to improve the quality of life of Honduran families.