Our main offices are located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Madrid, Spain.
We also have offices in strategic areas of Argentina: Tartagal, Salta; Añatuya, Santiago del Estero; Pampa del Indio, Chaco; Clorinda, Formosa; Puerto Iguazú, Misiones.
And from the Madrid office, we coordinate activities in Africa.
The objective of our work is to develop efficient, scalable, replicable, sustainable and transferable models that take into account the peculiarities of each community.
Through collaborations with international technical organizations such as WHO or PAHO, we carry out intervention programs in various regions of the planet.
In Spain we have a team of our own and – in partnership with the General University Hospital of Valencia and the patient associations of Murcia and Valencia – we develop programs for the prevention, training, diagnosis and treatment of Chagas disease for the communities of Latin American migrants. Likewise, we maintain cooperative relations with the Center for Research in International Health of Barcelona (CRESIB); the Ramón y Cajal Hospital and ISGlobal, among others.
In Ethiopia, we have launched a community diagnosis and treatment program for various parasites together with the Carlos III Health Institute of Madrid, the University of Bahir Dar and a network of local organizations.