Alvaro Noboa joins the Social Work of the Foundation Quaker Program for Children of Guayaquil Medical Brigades of the New Humanity Crusade Foundation. Community Library and Treatment for Alexandra

FCNH provides medical assistance in the Suburbio Norte sector (June 5th 2014)

FCNH provides medical assistance in the Suburbio Norte sector (June 5th 2014) The New Humanity Crusade Foundation (FCNH for its Spanish acronym) arrived with its medical brigades to the Suburbio Norte sector, and, in collaboration with the Spirit Community Committee, 125 people were assisted. This time, most of the attendees were children from 3 to 12 years old. Teresa Polinario has been a member of the Spirit Community Committee for more than 40 years and has collaborated with the foundation of...
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Alvaro Noboa´s Foundation provides assistance to residents of the south of the city

Alvaro Noboa´s Foundation provides assistance to residents of the south of the city The New Humanity Crusade Foundation, created by Philanthropist Alvaro Noboa, performed today a medical brigade. 125 people from the Cooperative Mélida Toral, in the south of Guayaquil, were assisted. On this occasion, the foundation worked closely with the “God With Us” group of The San Jose church, located in `Las Malvinas,´ to provide medical care and medicines to residents of the sector. Andrea Choez, member...
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FCNH assists cases of sore throat and flu (May 29th, 2014)

FCNH assists cases of sore throat and flu  (May 29th, 2014) This Thursday, the New Humanity Crusade Foundation (FCNH fot its Spanish acronym) returned to Guasmo Norte to provide medical care to residents of the Cooperative `25 de Enero´ . Most of the people recorded diagnoses of pharyngitis and influenza, according to Dr. Virginia Clavijo. Isabel Borquez attended the brigade and was diagnosed with pharyngitis. She said she has been sick for about two weeks but did not have the...
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Older adults receive assistance from the New Humanity Crusade Foundation

Older adults receive assistance from the New Humanity Crusade Foundation The foundation of philathropist Alvaro Noboa Ponton today visited the Communal House `25 de Enero,´  located in Guasmo Norte. This time, people from 60 to 90 years old were assisted. Dr. Virginia Clavijo noted that the most common cases of the day were: blood pressure , diabetes and lung problems. Delia Cabrera, 80, went to the brigade to ask for medicines for the bone pain caused by osteoporosis and discomfort in the...
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