Presentation on theme: "With a 40 foot container of Medical & Humanitarian Aid."— Presentation transcript:
With a 40 foot container of Medical & Humanitarian Aid.
PLACES WE VISITED: MANAGUA PUERTO CABEZAS BUM SIRPI LAS FLORES DIRIAMBA
First Stop: It took us over two weeks & a lot of red tape to finally get the container out of customs. New Orleans: Ken getting things ready for shipping. Brian receiving the container MANAGUA MANAGUA Unloading in Managua
She truly rose to the occasion & was a tremendous help. She provided transportation with her personal assistants to several impoverished areas. She also traveled with us to distribute aid & clown around. Fabiola Rizo, the vice- president’s wife, came to the rescue & got the container out of customs for us in no time! Fabiola Rizo, the vice- president’s wife, came to the rescue & got the container out of customs for us in no time! She was very happy with the donation of very expensive medications.
VISITING THE NICARAGUAN ATLANTIC COAST One of the most beautiful… Dr. Heiman, of the IHC, Ken & Brian launching out on another exciting adventure. Destination: THE BOONIES! OFF TO SEA! … And poorest areas of the country.
REACHING OUT TO THE Poorest Of The Poor BUM SIRPI A tiny village in the middle of nowhere. This is the ‘Clinic’ ‘Clinic’ Lina in the clinic’s kitchen. The Skinniest Pigs You’ll ever see!
PUERTO CABEZAS These children had never seen a clown before. The Catch Of The Day! Making Kids Happy At The Hospital! Mother of Twins Receives a donation of baby food & formula. Lorita… C’mon SPEAK! Lorita
Doctor Check Ups And Humor Therapy! Dr. Heiman examining the children. ‘Frijolito’ entertaining a group of kids. Coco Loco visiting the Hospital Having a laugh with the nurses.
Visiting The Village of Las Flores A large percentage of children here are born with birth defects… Possibly from Pesticides This little boy had a severe cleft-palate & was unable to eat normally. It worked out for a team of plastic surgeons to operate on him & he’s now a normal boy. Dr. Heiman at work
LAS FLORES LAS FLORES A Lively Clown Show with a Message! Giving Out Toys Food & Clothes MASAYA MASAYA
A HOME FOR DISABLED CHILDREN IN DIRIAMBA “La Antorcha” (The Torch) is a home for children & teenagers with special needs. One of their programs is to give these kids vocational training so they can learn to make a living & be productive.
VIEWS OF NICARAGUA The first Colonial Cathedral in the New World. Brian by the crater of ‘Volcán Santiago’ Lake Nicaragua Exotic Tropical Flowers Galore A view of ‘Volcán Mombacho’ A ‘coche’,Tipical form of transportation for the poor Bananas Lagoon Of Apoyo