Rob Namy, a Regional VP of Acquisitions for Weston, is an active participant in MedWish International, a Cleveland based non-profit organization dedicated to the recovery, recycling, and redistribution of medical supplies for humanitarian relief. On August 1, Rob led a group of 37 people to San Salvador, El Salvador. The group was composed of lay volunteers, doctors, and nurses that formed 3 medical brigades in remote villages only accessible by four wheel drive trucks. Unbelievably, a total number of 1,685 patients were seen over the three days of brigades. 1,500 pairs of glasses were fitted, and over 3,000 prescriptions were filled. Amazing!
The group not only served the immediate need of the villagers but tried to get others to focus on the longer-term benefits. They got people thinking about how they can take better care of themselves, encouraged local medical practitioners and other potential volunteers to think charitably, and how they can make a greater impact. “When we tell our stories and share the pictures, we encourage others to In addition to replica watches tag heuer hours, minutes, small seconds and the phases of the moon shows outside the replica balenciaga bags watch movement also as power storage for more than 40 hours are equipped with replica rolex daytona indicators display function. Traditionnelle moon phases dynamic think about how they can help,” said Namy.
Congratulations, Rob, on the success of your trip!
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Mr. Namy-what a wonderful cause to be involved in. It must be very rewarding to be such a great help to so many. Kudos to you and your group of volunteers.
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Always looking for comments back to let me know how we are doing. Thanks for the feedback!
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