Project C.U.R.E. Assessment
March 22-28, 2009, a Project C.U.R.E. assessment trip made by Mr. Raymond White, Project C.U.R.E. volunteer from Nashville, TN. Mr. White was accompnied by Mrs. Maria Felisa De Kler and Mrs. Susana Duarte of Fundacion Panambi, Southeast Chapter. A friend of Fundacion Panambi, Ms. Oliva Riva, hosted and accompanied the assessment.
Mr. White also did a Project C.U.R.E. presentation to a group of Fundacion Panambi friends: Estanislao Lezcano, consul Paraguay, Dra. Luz Quintana, Rosa Maria Foundation, and Dra. Lorena Fontclara, Hospital de Clinicas UNA.
Fernando Oca del Valle,
Dr. Antonio Cubilla, Pathology Clinic
Hospital de Clinicas, Hemo-Oncology Children Pavillion.
Tobati Hospital, Tobati
Dr. Ricardo Nizza, Campesinos Clinic, Pte. Franco, Ciudad del Este
Clyde E Bay Foundation, Acahay
Project C.U.R.E. currently is making a follow-up effort in analyzing the assessment.
In order for Project C.U.R.E. to deliver a 40 foot container with $200,000-$400,000 worth of equipment in a few month to Paraguay, a fundraising efforts are underway for donations to reach $20,000.
Fundacion Panambi and sponsorees are grateful for all the efforts already made with your donations toward the assessment. All your donations will help toward the delivery of the container with supplies and equipment that will make the difference in taking care of our fellow man.
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Packing of Container, October 27, 2010
Southeast Chapter President and volunteer, Gary De Kler, joined Project C.U.R.E. in Centennial, Colorado to pack the 40-foot container with donated medical equipment and supplies for distribution to six institutions in Paraguay. Different colored stickers were used to identify the destination institution of each piece of equipment and box of supplies.
Fundacion Panambi, Inc. and its Southeast Chapter wish to thank the following employees and volunteers from Project C.U.R.E. for their invaluable assistance. Ms. Allison Carey, Mr. Michael Fry, Ms. Patrice Baker and all the staff and volunteers who participated.
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Arrival of Container and Distribution of Equipment & Supplies
On February 14th, 2011 the 40-foot container arrived in Port Fenix, Paraguay. At this time, Felisa De Kler and Ms. Cristina Alonso of costums began logistics work with L.A.PALERMO V & CIA. SRL ( Agencia Maritima) and the Ocean Word Lines, Inc. (Remar S.R.L., a Hapag Lloyd agency in Paraguay).
Ms. Clarissa Montero oversaw the demurage documents and the clearance of the demurage charges. Ms. Celmira Bay, the consignee of Clyde E. Bay Foundation, received the 40-foot container from Port Fenix and delivered it to Clyde E Bay Foundacion Headquarters in Asuncion, Paraguay on March 17, 2011. Within 6-7 hours, the empty container returned to Port Fenix.
On March 18-30, 2011, all donated medical equipment and supplies were delivered to all six institutions.
Fundacion Panambi Inc. and its Southeast Chapter volunteers are grateful to Clyde E. Bay Foundation, fire fighter volunteers, and to all the unmentioned volunteers who made this project possible.
Every institution is thankful to Project C.U.R.E. and Fundacion Panambi Inc. and its Southeast Chapter for all the medical equipment and supplies donated. It will all make their jobs easier as they provide medical attention to help mankind.
Fundacion Panambi Inc. and Project C.U.R.E. volunteers on March 2012 will visit all six institutions to monitor the donated medical equipment and to keep continuing contact with each institution.
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This project was successfully completed when Fundacion Panambi Inc. and Project C.U.R.E. volunteers visited all six institutions from May 23, 2012 to June 1, 2012 to monitor the donated medical equipment and supplies and to maintain ongoing contact with each institution. At this time, the Project C.U.R.E. volunteer also completed a assessment for the donation of medical equipment and supplies to Hospital Regional de Ciudad del Este (CDE).
Next Donation Project
The assessment completed during the May/June trip was accepted by Project C.U.R.E. on June 19, 2012 and fundraising for the $20,000 shipping cost has begun.