5 Facts About Sacred Valley Health

Sacred Valley Health has two official names In the United States, our organization is a nonprofit known as “Sacred Valley Health”. In Ollantaytambo, Peru, we go by the name “Ayni Wasi.” This is a Quechua phrase that translates to “House of Reciprocity.” Sacred Valley Health becomes more sustainable as it grows In the Sacred Valley…

Mission: Accessibility

What’s better than two Peruvian community health workers? Four Peruvian community health workers! After a successful 2015, which included the introduction of the Docente Program and the Vitamin Campaign, 2016 is looking even brighter for Sacred Valley Health. As the New Year begins, our little organization is anticipating changes that will achieve greater health accessibility…

What Sacred Valley Health Means to Me

The Sacred Valley was my home for one year, and I served as its incipient Media and Development Coordinator. I came to Sacred Valley Health a as a Princeton in Latin America (PiLA) Fellow, with a particular interest in observing socially responsible international development organizations in Latin America. I sought a deeper understanding of the…

The Power of Giving

This post is the first in a series that will be published throughout December 2015             In the past ten years, advancements in technology and innovation have completely altered the way we communicate. Immediate correspondence throughout the globe, once thought impossible, is now easily achieved through Facebook or a Skype call. Each…

Catching Up With GlobeMed

Sacred Valley Health has a new university partner! GlobeMed is an organization that strives to empower students and communities to work together to improve the health of people living in poverty around the world. Next year, the GlobeMed Chapter at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) will send its first group of student…