Our goal is to support women who are striving to become medical doctors. Why only women? How did that focus come about?
That’s the most asked question when we return from one of our bi-annual trips to Puerto Cabezas. It’s really the most important thing we do there, after all. Continue reading “So How Did the Interviews Go?”
May 17, 2019 was the first day of our semiannual trip to Nicaragua. After a full day of travel we arrived in Managua after 1:00 a.m. We planned to board a plane to Puerto Cabezas the next morning, so it was a very short night’s rest. Continue reading “Our Latest Visit”
When people donate they usually want to know two things: Is my money going to the cause I want to support and do recipients appreciate what I give?
The reply to the first concern is a definite “Yes, every penny of every donation is used to help young women in Nicaragua who are studying to be medical doctors. Every penny.” Continue reading “In Case You’re Wondering”
On Saturday, March 23, 2019, in Bilwi/Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua the fifth class of doctors raised their right hands and pronounced Hippocratic Oath taken by doctors through the ages. Congratulations to 14 industrious young women for their courage to pursue higher education! Continue reading “Meet Our 14 Newest Doctors”
*A note written in September 2017 by Sayonara in her academic year 5. Translated by Google
Hello Sister Ann,
I hope you are well, I am very pleased to greet you. I send greetings and thanks to all of our donors who make it possible for us scholars to continue studying and continue to help needy women. Continue reading “Sayonara”
We have all heard the expression: Every once in a while God taps us on the shoulder. Nearly every minute of every day I hear things chiming, beeping, ringing, flashing, or clicking. Texts, emails, phone calls, ads, billboards, neon lights, and alerts all fight for my attention. How can I possibly notice a little tap? Continue reading “Shoulder Taps”
A generous and talented benefactor not only designed, but also donated the beautiful Christmas card you received in December. Each of the cards contained a photo of one of our Continue reading “A Visit With the Students”
Blessed Holidays to you all; our special
supporters and friends of Adelante Mujer
Board of Directors
Some of you have asked me: What positions do our doctors hold during their two-year required government service after graduation and prior to receiving their licenses. We have information about some of the most recent graduates, but it can sometimes be difficult to keep in touch with them once they are no longer receiving funding from us.