Treat Cervical Cancer in Latin American Women

by Basic Health International
Jun 3, 2013

Team of Volunteers to Renovate the Treatment House


In the upcoming weeks 4 women will stay in BHI's Patient House while they receive treatments for cervical cancer.  Your support allows us to provide this house for them, free-of-cost.

Following the women's stay here, a team of volunteers, staff, and a local carpenter will take it over for a week to make renovations.  It's important that this house radiates warmth, and nurtures the women who spend time here.  We believe that caring for this space with our time and muscle will have direct benefits on their healing.  

These are photos of the house in its current state.  Our next update promises new photos of the renovated house.  In the meantime, you can follow the transformation as it unfolds on our Facebook page.  

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Kitchen area



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Basic Health International

Location: New York, NY - USA
Website: http:/​/​​
Project Leader:
Kristen Kamp
New York, NY United States

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