The peasant and indigenous population of the regions of former armed conflict do not have a basic or specialized health care system. Distances and difficult access to cities with care centers make mobilization difficult. these populations have never had specialized consultations in the different areas of medicine.
The population will be served with a network of volunteer medical specialists, general practitioners, dentists, physiotherapist optometrists, nursing psychologists and a basic laboratory.
Peasant communities, displaced indigenous peoples and victims of violence benefit
The number of beneficiaries per visit area is 2000 people per visit to a needy community.