Stories of Hope


Firsthand stories from the people whose lives have been touched by MAP medicines

Enjoy these stories of hope and inspiration about the people whose lives were changed thanks to medicines and health supplies provided by MAP International. We invite you to explore our library and share these stories of hope.

    Pediatric antibiotics help young boy in Mexico

    For most children in the U.S., strep throat, a pesky ear infection, or even a case of pneumonia can...

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    The doctors told Adriana nothing could be done but amputate her leg

    Adriana knew something wasn’t right when the lump appeared on her knee. But as the lump continued...

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    Angy's breathing was becoming extremely labored

    Angy lives with her mother in El Progreso, Guatemala. Andy’s mother, Maria, supports the family by...

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    Liberian women receive prenatal vitamins

    For many pregnant mothers in the developing world, the odds of surviving delivery are frightening....

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    Roselina's prayer was answered

    Every child deserves access to proper health care. In the Dominican Republic, where a third of the...

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    Daphne is grateful for MAP medicines

    The town of Jacmel is a tourist town in southern Haiti known as the “papier-mâché capital” of...

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    Giving Zuhrah a second chance at life

    Imagine if your child had a heart disease, and she only had a 50/50 chance of living – not because...

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    MAP Delivers Intravenous Antibiotics to Bauchi State, Nigeria

    MAP International recently donated 54,000 vials of intravenous antibiotics to the Bauchi State of...

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    Leissa’s life is saved with antibiotics

    Little 17-month-old Leissa Pierre was suffering. She had battled a fever and flu-like symptoms for...

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    MAP’s Response to India’s COVID-19 Crisis

    While life here in the U.S. has finally begun to return to “normal” as the nation recovers from the...

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