Posted By: Kris Radder on November 17, 2010

Labels: Suriname , Volunteers

Volunteers Complete Suriname Mission

The health education and humanitarian mission to Suriname was cut a little short when the Continuing Promise 2010 was quickly deployed to Haiti early this month to be prepared to help in the wake of Hurricane

Tomas. Still, Project HOPE volunteers and their military counterparts provided needed medical services in the country.

In Suriname:

  • 1,765 patients were cared for
  • 108 surgeries were performed
  • 676 educational encounters took place

Project HOPE volunteers are home now, but we will continue to tell their stories and even post a few videos over the coming weeks, so check back for more.

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