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Project HOPE volunteers Marley Gevanthor and Stacey Giglio speak from a stadium turned-medical clinic in Colon, Panama in May of 2009.

Marley is a nurse with 28 years of experience from San Francisco General Hospital in San Francisco, California. She is a three-time HOPE volunteer. She served onboard the USNS Comfort in 2007 working in Belize, Guatemala and Panama. In 2008, she traveled to the West African countries of Ghana and Liberia, working on the USS Swift. Later in 2008, she traveled to Papua New Guinea and Micronesia onboard the USNS Mercy. She's volunteering as a triage nurse for Project HOPE during Continuing Promise 2009.

Stacey, a nurse from Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, is volunteering on her second mission for Project HOPE. In 2007, she worked in the Marshall Islands onboard the USS Peleliu. She is working as a critical care nurse during Continuing Promise 2009.

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