United States Government Aids Panama’s Ministry of Health to Decrease HIV/AIDS Prevalence

Hato Chami, November 30, 2018. The U.S. Embassy in Panama, Peace Corps, and Panama’s Ministry of Health mark World AIDS Day with a health fair in Hato Chami, at the Ngäbe Buglé indigenous reservation, reinforcing their joined commitment to curb HIV/AIDS prevalence in Panama. The U.S. support to Panama in HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment has ...
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Chargé Highlights U.S.-Panama Collaboration at Tuberculosis Prevention Project

Panama City, October 25. The Ministry of Health, in collaboration with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Central America Office,  and the University Research Company LLC, launched the Project Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes-Tuberculosis (ECHO-TB) today. ECHO-TB provides front-line clinicians the knowledge and support needed to manage patients with tuberculosis in rural and ...
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Forty-seven New Peace Corps Volunteers Sworn-In

Forty-seven new Peace Corps volunteers will join the current 241 young Americans working in Panama. The new group of volunteers took part of a swear-in ceremony on Thursday, May 11th at the Interoceanic Canal Museum, in Casco Antiguo’s Plaza de la Independencia. These Peace Corps volunteers are young professionals who will work Teaching English, Leadership, and ...
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Peace Corps Mourns the Loss of Volunteer Cody Oser

Acting Peace Corps Director Sheila Crowley is saddened to confirm the death of Peace Corps volunteer Cody Oser of Broomfield, Colorado. Cody, 24, passed away in the Comarca Ngäbe Bugle region of Panama on April 8, 2017. “Cody’s enthusiasm for helping others and knack for problem solving were remarkable and are a few of the ...
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