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Students from Kairos Academy receive medical care from FCNH

Students from Kairos Academy receive medical care from FCNH   On Tuesday, the Foundation Cruzada Nueva Humanidad (FCNH) went back to the Kairos Academy, founded by priest Simon Mahish, who has received the support of the foundation of Alvaro Noboa thanks to the friendship between him and Doctor Jenny Arteaga. The medical brigades arrived around nine in the morning to provide medical care to the children and students that go to the school. Doctor Arteaga did check ups on boys and...
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Inhabitants of the Centro Civico Cooperative receive medical care from FCNH

Inhabitants of the Centro Civico Cooperative receive medical care from FCNH   It was 10:05 in the morning when The Foundation Cruzada Nueva Humanidad (FCNH), founded an led by Alvaro Noboa, had provided medical care to almost 30 patients, of the 120 expected, in the Cooperative Centro Civico located in Guasmo Norte. The patients calmly waited for their turn to be checked by Dr. Virginia Clavijo, despite the tiny space of the home where the mobile medical brigade had installed. One they were...
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FCNH takes care of the most vulnerable regardless of the weather

FCNH takes care of the most vulnerable regardless of the weather   Despite the morning cold, the medical brigades of the Foundation Cruzada Nueva Humanidad, founded by Alvaro Noboa, traveled to the cooperative 25 de Enero, located in the Guasmo Norte in Guayaquil. The brigades serve the inhabitants for free. Doctors Jenny Arteaga and Virginia Clavijo attended more than 40 people after 10:30 in the morning. According to Doctor Arteaga most of the children were diagnosed with the flu...

The Crusade for a New Humanity Foundation takes its social work to a school in the Trinitaria Island

The Crusade for a New Humanity Foundation takes its social work to a school in the Trinitaria Island   Samantha Quinde, of 8 years old, was the first patient of Doctor Virginia Clavijo, who provided medical care to the little students of the school Nº16 “El Profeta”, located in the Trinitaria Island. She performed general exams and delivered free medicines to treat influenza, parasite infections, epidermal problems and other diseases attributed to poor nutrition and changes of season. “They don’t know if...
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