Team photo of the IMR Team Philippines with some local children
Philippines, Dec 26, 2018 – Jan 4, 2019
January 6, 2019
Guatemala, Jan 12-19, 2019
January 29, 2019
During our day at clinic we created a beautiful dynamic between physicians, PA’s, nurses, medical students and non-medical volunteers. All with a common goal, to help and contribute to the healing of the community. As we help one another and offer a helping hand every chance we get, it’s hard not to have a new found faith in humanity. It has been a great experience so far, and it is only the first day! As we all gather around the dinner table and talk about our amazing experiences and ways our patients have touched our hearts, I am already forever grateful for this journey that we have all begun, together. – Brandon, IMR Team Guatemala Volunteer
IMR Team Guatemala group photo
Girl with a jar of play bubbles at an IMR clinic in Guatemala.
IMR volunteers in Guatemala work to hang a banner outside clinic
A girl practices toothbrushing on a set of model teeth at an IMR clinic in Guatemala.
IMR Guatemala team leader Evelyn holds a small baby
An IMR volunteer tries to convince a small patient to open his mouth for vitamin drops.
IMR Guatemala volunteer getting on the team bus
A smoking volcano in Guatemala
An IMR volunteer with a young boy in an IMR clinic
An IMR volunteer holds a tiny baby patient in an IMR clinic in Guatemala.
Sometimes it’s the small things we do in the big picture that matter most…. traveling is good for the soul, it refreshes us and it opens our eyes to the bigger picture, the world to which we belong and what we chose to do in this world is our choice to make…. I chose to travel and see the world, spend long days working along side such amazing people and continuing to grow and I chose in the midst of those busy days to take time to realize even the small things like making a sick child smile makes all the difference…be the good you wish to see in this world. – Nathan, IMR Team Guatemala Volunteer
IMR Team Guatemala volunteer Nathan and a young patient.