November 25, 2012
While living and working in Leon, Nicaragua I was introduced to the CKDu epidemic while doing a video report with a journalist there. We were both so equally impressed by the dedication and strategy of the La Isla Foundation team that we decided to hand over all of our work to them to use for the cause. A year later I find myself working with LIF on a documentary film to expose the issue. The team we have is like a family and many volunteers and interns leave only to pursue further studies or work directly related to what's happening here.
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