Once again, we have joined forces with the San Juan de Dios Clinic in Arequipa to provide free medical care to over 2,500 vulnerable residents in the districts of Chala and Atiquipa in the Arequipa region. These services were carried out on October 28 and 29 at the Hortencia Pardo Mancebo School in Chala, with the collaboration of the District Municipalities of Chala and Atiquipa, CLAS of Chala, UGEL Caravelí, and the National Police of Peru (PNP).

Through the itinerant campaign “Health Messengers Mission,” specialized services and medications were provided by more than 50 healthcare professionals in the fields of cardiology, general medicine, endocrinology, pharmacy, gastroenterology, gynecology, laboratory, ultrasound, dentistry, optometry, orthopedics, traumatology, psychology, and pediatrics.

With this activity, we once again reaffirm our commitment to the health and well-being of artisanal mining communities in our country. We express gratitude to the organizations that made this campaign possible and pledge to continue working towards equitable access to healthcare for all.