Partnership with organizations like World Health Organization (WHO), Unicef and Doctors Without Borders (MSF)
Awarded by Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and IUHPE at III Latin America Conference for Health Promotion and Education
Work recognized by Unesco, Petrobrás and Banco do Brasil Foundation.
Recognized by Brazil’s Ministry of Culture –Health and Cultura Award (2008)
Certified by Brazil’s Ministry of Justice as a Civil Society Organization (OSC)
Affiliated to the United Nations (UN) through Department of Public Information (DPI) since 2006.
“To see our indigenous health work documented on Caring book was attest something forgotten, that was lost in a individualist and consumerist world: the act of caring and sharing the pain. The book is a testament to the anonymous.”
Oscar Espelletdoctor portrayed on Caring book
“The project really brings patients and health professionals closer. I notice that this has changed, and it wasn’t just one week after you left, but it remained. So, the projetct has a huge potential to remain and that’s what we want to achieve.”
José Roberto FerraroDoctor and superintendent of Hospital São Paulo
“The pedagogical actions transform the students view in the critical perspective, which is extremely relevant to the individual formation of the student. In the workshops, we can see the student’s new look to details that go unnoticed in our daily life. I think we have to bring new opportunities for students to participate in projects like this.”