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Mountain Movers Missions Intl, Danli, Honduras

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Address: colonia las brisas
Danli, 882  
Honduras
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 150
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Mission Statement


Mission Statement Mountain Mover's Mission International is a non-Denominational humanitarian non-profit organization which endeavors to build hope and stability in the lives of impoverished Hondurans by attending to the medical, educational, and physical needs in Danli and rural Honduras. Mountain Mover's Mission International also wishes to educate, expand, and infuse experience into its pre-medical, medical student, and physician volunteers in hopes that the true core behind medicine will be further revealed and remembered by each volunteer.

Description


Brief History Mountain Mover's Mission Clinic was founded by Kathy Rubio in 1998, catalyzed by the destructive influence of Hurricane Mitch on a large part of Honduras, in an effort to accomplish everything described in the mission statement of Mountain Mover's Mission International. Since then, MMMI has changed along with the needs of Danli and rural Honduras, and the vision for the mission's future has developed steadily during the course of the staff's work. Consistent throughout the life of MMMI are the outstretched, open, and willing arms of the mission to the local Hondurans. As long as they need aid this will never change. Volunteers after a hike in the hills near Danli. Kathy Rubio, director, far right. Long Term Goals and Plans In the near future, the mission has plans to purchase land and build a vocational and education school (primary through secondary education), a church, and a larger clinic all in Danli. It is possible that these will all be contained within one multiple level building. The current clinic/residence is being leased, and MMMI eventually plans to purchase a house to remove the continuous expense of leasing. Also, the mission is always looking for ways to expand its ability to accommodate and teach medical students in more depth and with greater efficacy. With proper vision and applied ambition, we believe there is no limit to what can be accomplished in Danli.

Brief History Mountain Mover's Mission Clinic was founded by Kathy Rubio in 1998, catalyzed by the destructive influence of Hurricane Mitch on a large part of Honduras, in an effort to accomplish everything described in the mission statement of Mountain Mover's Mission International. Since then, MMMI has changed along with the needs of Danli and rural Honduras, and the vision for the mission's future has developed steadily during the course of the staff's work. Consistent throughout the life of MMMI are the outstretched, open, and willing arms of the mission to the local Hondurans. As long as they need aid this will never change. Volunteers after a hike in the hills near Danli. Kathy Rubio, director, far right. Long Term Goals and Plans In the near future, the mission has plans to purchase land and build a vocational and education school (primary through secondary education), a church, and a larger clinic all in Danli. It is possible that these will all be contained within one multiple level building. The current clinic/residence is being leased, and MMMI eventually plans to purchase a house to remove the continuous expense of leasing. Also, the mission is always looking for ways to expand its ability to accommodate and teach medical students in more depth and with greater efficacy. With proper vision and applied ambition, we believe there is no limit to what can be accomplished in Danli.

Mission Statement: Mission Statement Mountain Mover's Mission International is a non-Denominational humanitarian non-profit organization which endeavors to build hope and stability in the lives of impoverished Hondurans by attending to the medical, educational, and physical needs in Danli and rural Honduras. Mountain Mover's Mission International also wishes to educate, expand, and infuse experience into its pre-medical, medical student, and physician volunteers in hopes that the true core behind medicine will be further revealed and remembered by each volunteer.

Denominational Affiliations


Non-denominational


Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Health Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No