Paramedics for Children International (PFCI) provides medical care, education programs, and disaster relief to children, families, and communities in Central America and beyond.
Administration, health care, school supply programs, health care outreach, disaster relief.
Private rooms, with full bath facilities, built to American Standards, 3+ star accommodations. See the accommodations in this 30 second video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsC5AwwtEZc
$525 per week includes room and board.
We are looking for people who believe in our cause that could help us with fundraising, social media, story writing, and publicity and press releases. Also, produce podcasts.
We need donated soft toys and hot wheel cars for the children that visit our clinic. Gently used is OK. Packages of these items as can be sent to us here in Honduras at: Clinica La Esperanza, Barrio Titi Chon, Copan Ruinas, Honduras Central America.
We are looking for a full time intern to work at our headquarters in Copan Ruinas, Honduras. This position is for 6 months as the personal assistant to or Founder and President, Rodger Harrison. Applicant must be a great organizer, with administrative skills. This person lives and works with us and all living expenses are covered with room and meals. The job entails working alongside our Founder in field work as well consisting of working with the indigenous Mayan Chorti Indian villages. Contact us with your resume.
We started out in 1996 by delivering school supplies to hundreds of Mayan Chortí Indian children in the mountain villages of Copán, Honduras. From there, we expanded to disaster response and training (by 2004 we had the largest all-volunteer ambulance services in all of Central America!), and established Clinica la Esperanza, which has treated more than 50,000 patients to date.
What started as a small group of paramedics, nurses, doctors, and other healthcare professionals has evolved into so much more. We now host volunteers from all walks of life, and we have a lot of fun while making a difference in our communities. Come join us!