In the early 1980’s Project HOPE came to San Jose, Costa Rica to train people who were interested in becoming Paramedics. A young Red Cross worker named Jose Guillen was one of them.
By: Kevin Makowski
In Costa Rica as in most cultures the young and old are cherished. They come to the medical sites in droves holding each other’s hand, each thinking they are guiding the other, each full of pride that they are there together for each other. The young faces are bright and full of hopes and dreams the old faces are experienced and full of good wishes for those young hopes and dreams.