University students are heading to Costa Rica to restore a remote medical clinic. Your donation will go straight to the projects and people that need it.

A DWC youth team of six people will work to extend services on the El Camino Trail network this August. This trail from the Atlantic to the Pacific takes a route through impoverished rural communities. Improvements to infrastructure will help remote families build their capacity in the area of tourist services. Project goals are to restore discontinued medical exams and dental services at a medical clinic in Barra de Pacuare, in the Caribbean of Costa Rica. The most pressing needs for the clinic are a well, water pump and waterline across the Pacuare River, a storage tank and water quality. All funds raised by the team are to cover project costs. All donations of $20 or more will automatically receive a charitable tax receipt when they are issued at the beginning of 2020.
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About the Campaign

There are 49 families in the village with a population of 70. There is little government infrastructure funding. Their rudimentary medical clinic does not have water, as such, the travelling doctor who tends to patients every 15 days has stopped doing some types of examinations or dentistry due to hygiene concerns.

Support this project and a healthier future for this small Costa Rican community.