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Fundahigado America

A look at the work of Fundahigado America
A look at the work of Fundahigado America
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WHO WE ARE

Fundahigado America was founded in 2011. It is a non-profit tax-exempt 501(c)3 created with the purpose of promoting efforts to train healthcare professionals to provide medical treatment for liver disease in undercover areas of the Americas and Caribbean region.

Our Story

Children with liver disease in Caracas, Venezuela had no hope for treatment; here is how in 2004 we changed that.

What does FHA work for

We train health care professionals in Central America, South America and the Caribbean.

Our Impact

Read more about our success cases.


HELP CHILDREN IN NEED OF A LIVER TRANSPLANT

NUMBER OF STORIES

Help us keep saving lives.

2291

2.291 clinic visits attended since 2010

PATIENT STORIES

Making the knowledge and training associated with pediatric liver transplantation accessible to medical centers in underprivileged countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Génesis

Génesis is 3 years old and was born in Costa Rica with a congenital liver disease.

Elías

Elías is a young adolescent with an advanced liver disease.

Jin

Jin received a segment of his father´s liver in May 2015.

Dianny

Dianny is an 8 year-old girl, born with congenital liver disease.

ALL LIVES NEED A LIVER TO LIVE FOR REAL

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TESTIMONIALS

Making the knowledge and training associated with pediatric liver transplantation accessible to medical centers in underprivileged countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.

NEWS

Making the knowledge and training associated with pediatric liver transplantation accessible to medical centers in underprivileged countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.