Our mobile clinics assisted violence-affected communities in the capital, San Salvador, and in Soyapango by running health promotion activities with community leaders and health committees, and facilitating access for Ministry of Health staff. We also worked with state-run institutions and other NGOs to provide medical care to migrants, displaced people, and deportees.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we offered mental health care in isolation centers for deportees from Mexico and the United States. We also worked to alleviate the workload of the emergency services by supporting the transfer of COVID-19 patients with an additional ambulance.
When tropical storm Amanda hit El Salvador, we ran a mobile clinic to deliver medical and psychological care to the most affected communities and donated hygiene kits.