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March 3, 2008

Kildeer man seeks volunteers for humanitarian projects

Stout's Center for Global Initiatives is collaborating with the Flying Doctors group to lead Project Niņos this summer in Bolivia. The pioneering project provides basic health care to hundreds of children living in Bolivian prisons with their incarcerated parents. It is the first non-Bolivian group granted access to three prisons, Stout said.
The Cambodian project, known as Sustainable Medical Arts, Research & Technology is in collaboration with a nonprofit children's hospital in Siem Reap. The goal is to work with the hospital's nursing and medical staff to train women in rural villages to use basic public health practices and emergency medical care.
by Madhu Krishnamurthy for the Daily Herald (Chicago) - Feb 28

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Operation Smile co-founders named Norfolk's First Citizens

Big hearts took them there; heartbreak took them back. Since their first medical mission to the Philippines in 1982, Bill and Kathy Magee have made hundreds more similar trips to dozens of countries, changing the lives of children around the world. . . . Magee and his high school sweetheart and wife, Kathy, 62, a nurse and clinical social worker, estimate that more than 100,000 children have been helped by Operation Smile, which they started immediately after that first mission in 1982.
by Lia Russell for the Virginian-Pilot - Feb 27

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