Medical Assistance in Rural Areas

According to United Nations estimates, more than seven million Venezuelans need humanitarian assistance, which represents 25% of the population; and warn that the most vulnerable are children under 5, pregnant and lactating women, people with chronic and disabled diseases, indigenous people and migrants.

Since 2018 we have supported Proyecto Mayú, an organization that offers quality medical care to the most vulnerable rural communities in Venezuela with limited access to health services. The Mayú team helps in the prevention and reduction of diseases; and promotes research and development of the communities it serves. Chamos has financed the costs of medicines and travel allowances of different missions, covering for around 50 doctors and volunteers on expeditions to Yaracuy, Adícora, Estado Falcón, and Apartaderos, Estado Merida.