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Amazon Promise relies on the generosity of donors to fulfill our mission.  Your donation will help the people of the Peruvian Amazon by purchasing medicine and supplies, holding clinics, serving remote villages, training healthcare workers and providing for essential needs in this remote corner of the world where the poor are too often forgotten.

Amazon Promise president Patty Webster Named CNN Hero!

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Patty Webster Given 2013 Caring Award

Washington, D.C. (September 27, 2013) - Senators Bob Dole and Tom Daschle, Co-Chairs of the Caring Institute announced the 2013 Caring Award winners who are recognized for their efforts to give back to society. They will be commemorated at the Caring Awards Ceremony at the Gaylord National Resort Hotel, Fort Washington, Maryland where they will be inducted into the Caring Hall of Fame.

The winners were chosen by the prestigious Board of Trustees of the Caring Instiute. The following will receive awards on Thursday, October 31, 2013, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm.

2013 Caring Award Adult Winners include:

Maria Gomez, President and CEO, Mary's Center

Congressman John Lewis, Civil Rights Leader, Congressman from Georgia

J.W. "Bill" Marriott Jr., Marriott Corporation

Patty Webster, Founder and President, Amazon Promise




Touching the Lives of thousands in need!


Amazon Promise is a U.S.-based, non-profit organization founded to provide desperately needed medical and dental care to remote populations living in the Upper Amazon Basin of Northeastern Peru. Our Peruvian operations are headquartered in the jungle city of Iquitos where we provide medical services and education to its residents and neighboring Belen. Additionally, since 1993 we have conducted routine medical outreach, training and education in 40 remote villages.

Our volunteers form the backbone of our organization. Both medical, dental and non-medical volunteers work alongside our seasoned American and Peruvian staff to serve the needs of over 6,000 people each year.

We have three spaces left for the Amazon Promise May remote medical team headed to Achuar and Quechua villages of the upper Pastaza River! (May 10-24).  This can be a rough trip but working in these remote native communities is a rare opportunity like no other!

You can see photos of our previous medical work on the Pastaza at this link: http://shutterfly.com/action/welcome?sid=0AbOHLJi2btmLH3A


Join us for an unforgettable experience!

Attention Medical Professionals and Students!

We are taking applications for the February 2014 3-week medical expedition. OPEN TO ALL MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS, MEDICAL, PA AND NURSING STUDENTS! The rotation runs from February 8th - March 1st and includes work in impoverished neighborhoods of Iquitos and remote jungle communities. Two and three week options are available. Contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Dental Program

Dentistry is an important part of Amazon Promise’s work in Peru. We're always looking for dentists and dental students to join our Promise Expeditions.

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Health Education, Prevention and Intervention

th_HIV_poster¡Soy Capaz! is Amazon Promise's HIV-prevention, education, and patient care program that also includes education about other infectious diseases, domestic violence, women's rights, and environmental protection. The motto, "¡Soy Capaz de protegerme!" (I can protect myself) sends a strong, encouraging message, empowering each and every person to actively take charge of his/her life and share the responsibility for the health of their community and environment.

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Support Our Ongoing Work in Belen

Located adjacent to Iquitos, Belén is a sprawling river community of some 74,000 people who lack the most basic amenities required for human health. Outdoor defecation, piles of rotting trash and drinking water contamination are rife. Most children are malnourished. Living conditions are beyond comprehension. The prevalence of many diseases is extremely high. Maternal and infant mortality rates are also high.

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Traditional Medicine

During our health campaigns and clinics in indigenous and river villages of the Peruvian Amazon, Amazon Promise offers treatments to patients that combine western and traditional medicine. We explain and orient our patients in the use of medicinal plants.

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