Enduring Solutions. Healthy Families. Sustainable Communities.
As way to both support our work in Ecuador, have fun reading with your children and grandchildren, and open a doorway to Andean culture we offer a children’s book written by PACH’s very own founder and president, Paul Martel. Now available for purchase. The story, narrated by a loveable guinea pig named Max, introduces Andean South American culture through the symbols carved on an ancient Incan sculpture.
Partners for Andean Community Health (PACH) is the fiscal sponsor for the Ecuadorian non-profit clinic Fundacion Internacional Buen Samaritano Paul Martel (FIBUSPAM). PACH takes a unique approach to global health and development. Using the non-profit clinic model, we aim to establish sustainable continuums of care that empower local providers to address the most pressing healthcare needs in their home communities.
“Our organization is blessed to collaborate with many outstanding humanitarians. All of them represent PACH’s ideals of compassion, generosity and professional excellence.”
Partners for Andean Community Health (PACH) strives to improve access to healthcare and community
services for the people of the Andes.
We focus on healthcare accessibility and affordability for vulnerable communities
in Ecuador by empowering our local partners and leveraging the expertise, energy, and
resources of volunteers.
Originally founded as FIBUSPAM, USA, Partners for Andean Community Health has been working for over ten years to improve the health and well-being of the people of the Andes. We work through our international partners to empower local health care professionals to make sustainable change in their home communities.
FIBUSPAM – The Organization We Support
Read About the Impacts on Our Patients’ Lives
All of Manuela’s children were born at home and she has never seen a gynecologist or an obstetrician. Overall, access to healthcare is very limited for her and her family. When Manuela learned that FIBUSPAM was visiting her village and providing free general medicine consultations and gynecological exams she was very excited.
Byron Garcia, a young Ecuadorian professional, suffers from diabetes. In Ecuador this disease is not always easy to treat. The specialists and pharmaceuticals that we have here in the United States simply don’t exist in Ecuador.
Patients Treated in 2018
Surgeries in 2018
Treated through PACH’s mobile medical clinics in 2018
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We are always interested in sourcing equipment for our partner clinic in Riobamba, Ecuador. We also accept contributions towards scholarship funds and mission-specific donations.