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Domestic Violence Prevention in Peru Begins with Community Outreach and Education

Volunteer Sherry Lipsky traveled to Huancayo, Peru to help raise awareness about domestic violence prevention in the region. Through focus groups, staff trainings, and community outreach, Lipsky and our team in Peru were able to see the impact they made on the community first hand during a community education event when attendees shouted in unison “NiUnaMenos” (not one less—the movement against violence against women) while handing out the white ribbons and flyers.

Spotlight on Project Anconcito, Ecuador

Each volunteer’s reason for choosing Project Anconcito and their experiences on site are as unique as the volunteers themselves. Meet three special volunteers who served with us in Ecuador in 2018. Makda Mehari, a junior at Centre College, who served for five weeks as part of the Lincoln Scholars program at Centre College; Catie O’Reilly, a junior at Vanderbilt University and part of the Ingram Scholars program; and Kathleen Hopps, a high school student from Illinois.

Cure your Wanderlust and Make a Difference in 2019

New year, new opportunities to travel! 🗺 Learn more about all the different ways you can satisfy your wanderlust and help improve access to health care for children and families around the world. Volunteer responsibly, with FIMRC!