Tuesday, October 30, 2012


My name is Luis Limo. I am an Associate of Student Affairs for MEDLIFE and I wanted to forward this information to you.

Medicine, Education and Development for Low Income Families Everywhere (MEDLIFE) is a grassroots student network with a mission to free people from the constraints of poverty in order to live healthier lives. Our work includes creating an international network of student leaders to raise awareness about the root causes of poverty, as well as organizing medical mobile clinics and development projects for communities in need in Latin America. 

According to the World Health Organization, more than one billion people worldwide are facing a critical shortage in healthcare. This fall, MEDLIFE will be traveling across the United States to raise awareness about this important issue. If you believe there are students at your campus who would be interested in learning more about MEDLIFE and the One Billion+ Campaign, please do not hesitate to contact me. 

Also, If your school has a particular student or group of students that you feel would be a good fit to join our national network, apply for one of our international internships, or participate in a MEDLIFE Mobile Clinic please feel free to forward this information on to them and I will gladly answer any question they may have. Lastly, if you have any questions about MEDLIFE please don’t hesitate to email me or contact our primary office in Lima, Peru at 207-433-0576.  

For more information about our activities, please see the link below.

As we say, medlove,

Luis A. Limo
Associate of Student Affairs

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