Celebrate 40 Years by Joining Friends of Where There Is No Doctor!
Here are two examples:
- Mali RPCVs have started the Dokotoro Project, to make Where There Is No Doctor available in Bambara, a local language in Mali.
- Ethiopia-Eritrea RPCVs have committed to sending HIV and AIDS health information to the communities where they served through the Legacy Program with Hesperian’s Gratis Books program.
This group is free to join, and open to all RPCVs who are interested in contributing to community health–even if you didn’t use Where There Is No Doctor. If you have any questions, contact Soraiya Gessling (Madagascar ’10-’12) at RPCV@hesperian.org