PAN Peru is a Lima-based non-governmental organization that seeks to promote the wellbeing of children through improved education. From the very beginning, PAN Peru has offered RGHA students and professionals help, guidance, and resources in an effort to make the greatest impact. PAN Peru undoubtedly helped shape RGHA into the organization it is today.
The Honduras Outreach Medical Brigade Relief Effort (HOMBRE) is a non-profit organization that offers VCU School of Medicine's students the opportunity to engage in unique global health experiential learning trips. Each year, a group of students is selected to work alongside VCU faculty in an underserved, rural population. In 2013, RGHA became an official HOMBRE participant, which yielded greater opportunities to collaborate with students and faculty at VCU School of Medicine.
University of Richmond
Partnerships with faculty and students in various departments and schools at the University of Richmond have allowed RGHA to involve a diverse group of professionals and students in its activities. Through this partnership, RGHA is able to offer course credit to University of Richmond undergraduate students who complete the Service Learning & Mentorship curriculum. Additionally, through the T.C. Williams School of Law, RGHA annually recruits pro-bono interns.
The Peruvian-American Medical Society (PAMS) is an organization comprised of Peruvian and American physicians dedicated to providing clinical services to communities in Peru.