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...to bring a glass of clean water to a thirsy child?

NEW Clean Water Wells in Nicaragua!

We are pleased to announce that we have just finished the drilling and installation of 2 clean deep water wells in Nicaragua.

Our dear friend and 19 year PHFM team member, Stanford Bendlis, is fighting a losing battle against pancreatic cancer.

Do you know Stanford...do you know what he has done?

If you know Stanford, you know him to be a phenomenal builder and an energetic, high-sprited, and thoughtful 50 year old man from Bluefields, Nicaragua.

ALL of our major construction projects have been overseen by Stanford. Without his willingness to sacrifice time away from family and give a lot of his blood and sweat, most of our major infrastructure projects would not have been completed.

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Support Our Cause...Join Our Cause!
We are pleased to announce that PHFM has just formally opened a vital and life-saving upriver clinic in the community of Kansas City. The clinic is staffed by a full-time MD with a PhD in Rural Health, a Pharmacist and Boat Transportation Manager. The clinic is focused on:

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CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS

Come to Nicaragua and MAKE A DIFFERENCE from July 7 - 17!

Join Our Cause

Back by popular demand and because WE NEED YOU, we are receiving applications to join us for a 10 day service mission in July deep in the jungles of the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua.  We are partnering with North Shore Community Baptist Church and our goal is to have a team of 13 ambitious and highly motivated volunteers signed-up for this opportunity by late March or the first week of April!  You will find more information below:

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Dear PHFM Community,

Pain and suffering are familiar companions among the remote people living along Nicaragua's Rio Grande de Matagalpa. And without the medical services most of us take for granted, they often just suffer in silence.

But recently, community members suffering from dental pain and even infection found relief and healing in their newly constructed village clinic, which hosted a dental team of six from the UK several weeks ago. The team treated 188 patients, many of whom had never received dental care before, and offered the first medical intervention of the new facility, which will celebrate its official grand opening in March.

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